We are less than a month away from the release of The Legend of Zelda: Triforce Heroes. Ahead of the game’s launch, Nintendo has released some details on the title.
The Legend of Zelda: Triforce Heroes will support download play. This will allow those who do not own the game to be able to play it, as long as they are on the same local network as a friend who does own it. IGN reports that download play is limited to the game’s three-player campaign mode, and will not support the Coliseum, a PvP zone in the game. Those using download play can visit any worlds or dungeons that the cartridge owner has unlocked.
Those who do not own the game can create two in-game outfits, as long as they are based on outfits designed by the game owner. These outfits and items earned in the dungeons will transfer over should the download play user purchase the game.
It was also confirmed today that Triforce Heroes will have 32 total stages that you can play solo or with two others through online co-op. Nintendo also mentioned that co-op partners do not need to be on your 3DS friends list. There will be 36 outfits to collect, all of which will have unique abilities. Triforce Heroes also includes “Phto Bro,” an in game shop where you can post images to Miiverse and unlock special Miiverse stamps that you can collect.
The Legend of Zelda: Triforce Heroes releases on October 23rd. The game will release on the Nintendo 3DS.