If The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild just doesn't have enough items and places to explore for you, then you've probably bought the Season Pass, and if you did, then you're probably wondering where the heck the Nintendo Switch shirt and DLC chests' locations are.
You're not alone on that one, as Nintendo didn't say where they are in the Great Plateau exactly.
Where's The Season Pass Switch Shirt In 'Breath Of The Wild'?
To start things off, arguably the best out of the three chests is the Switch shirt, an exclusive in-game clothing. It's basically a red shirt with the Switch logo on it.
On an interesting note, Nintendo says the only way to acquire the shirt is via the Season Pass.
Moving on, first thing you have to do to get it is to fast travel to the Ja Baij Shrine within the Eastern Abbey, which is somewhere, well, east of the Great Plateau.
Once you're there, you should see a purple chest on top of the wall, and it should have "EX" written on it.
That's all there is to it, but be wary of a Guardian nearby. An unexpected laser may use up all your hearts.
Where's The Other Season Pass DLC Chests In 'Breath Of The Wild'?
Aside from the DLC chest with the Switch shirt, there are two more in the Great Plateau.
First, there's the chest containing the five Bomb Arrows, and to find it, fast travel to Keh Namut Shrine.
When you arrive, start heading southwest, and you'll soon spot another purple chest sitting on top of a platform. Open it, and you'll get five Bomb Arrows.
Second, there's the chest that holds a Ruby, which fetches 210 rupees, for those wondering.
This time, fast travel to the Oman Au Shrine, and you should see the DLC chest sitting beside the entrance.
Other 'Breath Of The Wild' Season Pass Content
If that sounds like a bummer for Season Pass content, then worry not. Two DLC packs are in store for those who bought it, with one launching in summer and the other in winter.
The first DLC pack will bring a new Cave of Trials challenge, a new hard mode, and an "additional map feature" to the table. Meanwhile, the second DLC pack is going to add a new original story to the mix along with a new dungeon and more challenges.
"With this additional content, we'd like to give even seasoned Hyrule explorers something new and fun. The world of Hyrule awaits, and we hope the main game and additional content provide you with a place to play, explore, and enjoy for a long time," Eiji Aonuma, Legend of Zelda series producer, said.
Before wrapping things up, be sure to check out our other Breath of the Wild guides on how to increase your inventory, how to get the Master Sword, how to farm rupees, and how to get Epona, the Hylian Shield, and Wolf Link.