Now that both the DLCs for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild have been Released, we suppose it feels like there’s really not much left to do in the game. Sure, some gamers could go back and try to complete every little quest and puzzle that they might have skipped along the way, but there is some good news for players in China and Korea.
In the latest update to the game, Nintendo has added support for Chinese (traditional) and Chinese (simplified) and Korean. What this means is that instead of the text being in English, those who speak/read Chinese or Korean now have the option of playing the game in their native language.
Note that these changes are only applicable to the written text in the game, which means that gamers shouldn’t expect any Chinese or Korean voice acting. Apart from that, the update also brings about several fixes that should improve overall gameplay, but don’t expect any inclusion of new content.