Nintendo has announced that The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask will be joining the Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Pack on February 25, just next week. It’s a bit odd that this wasn’t revealed during the recent Direct, but it’s still a significant announcement regardless. Here’s hoping its performance is satisfactory for all players.
You can view the tweet initially announcing this noteworthy news below:
Link is dragged into the world of Termina, where the moon is falling from the sky!
— Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) February 18, 2022
Throughout this game, Link can transform into iconic Zelda franchise creatures via obtainable masks such as a Zora and Goron. Further, other masks are available that still grant tangential benefits while not providing as drastic movement alterations as the transformation masks. The primary goal throughout this title, aside from preventing the moon’s fall, is to learn more about the citizenry of Termina in the allotted 3-day time limit. Learning about their schedules and relationships opens up a varied array of side activities that are arguably the heart of Majora’s Mask.
Even when taking its recent praise into account, I still believe this title is relatively underrated in the eyes of most Nintendo fans, so I hope this release makes new ones. Still, I am admittedly concerned over the state of this version after Ocarina of Time’s upsetting quality.
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