Monday, November 29th, 2021

YouTuber will reward $ 10,000 to anyone who created the Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild multiplayer mod.

YouTuber has offered a $ 10,000 reward to anyone who was able to create a multiplayer mod for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.

Content creator passing by YouTube handles PointCrow We’ve announced a five-digit reward on Twitter for anyone who runs a channel featuring a variety of Zelda-based content and can create Breath of the Wild multiplayer mods.

Cash promises are common around social media, but PointCrow seems pretty serious when it comes to creating mods. In addition to tweets notifying fans of mod-based prizes, the author has provided some rules that people must follow in order to receive prizes.

A complete list of terms of use can be found in the tweet above, but the highlights include the fact that the mod needs to be playable anywhere on the map, and to the mod on PoinCrow 1-2 weeks before its release. Allows access and can be played for free for those who want access. Initially, the bounty terms stated that mods should host up to four multiplayer players, but with a recent update to the terms, PointCrow has lowered this requirement. That is, we only need to support two players.

Note that if you want to claim a $ 10,000 reward, PointCrow also stipulates that the mod must be terminated at least two months before the release date of the Breath of the Wild sequel. Breath of the Wild 2 is currently aiming for a release period sometime in 2022, so technically, the prize may have already expired. However, it is much more likely that you still have a few months left.

For more quirky Breath of the Wild news, check out this article detailing a modified take of Google Street View created for a game by a software developer. Or, if you want to stay up to date on Breath of the Wild 2, you can switch to the game-specific IGN page.

Jared Moore is a freelance writer for IGN.You can follow him twitter..