A YouTuber offered a reward of ten thousand dollars to anyone who manages to create a multiplayer mod for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.
The content creator, who runs YouTube manager PointCrow and runs a channel with a range of Zelda-based content, announced a five-figure reward on Twitter for anyone who can create a Breath of the Wild multiplayer mod.
I PUT A BONUS OF $ 10,000 ON CREATING A BREATH OF THE WILD MULTIPLAYER MOD
– eric (@PointCrow) November 10, 2021
While promises of money can often be found on social media, it seems PointCrow is pretty serious when it comes to making the mod. Along with a tweet informing fans about the bounty based on the mod, the creator laid out a number of stipulations that people must follow to claim the prize.
While a full list of terms and conditions can be found in the tweet above, highlights include the fact that the mod must be playable anywhere on the map, granting PoinCrow access to the mod exclusively a week or two before release and be free to play for anyone who wishes to access it. Initially, the terms of the bounty also stated that the mod would need to accommodate up to four people in multiplayer. However, in a recent terms update, PointCrow lowered this requirement, meaning it now only has to support two players.
For those hoping to claim the $ 10,000 reward, it’s worth noting that PointCrow has also stipulated that the mod must be completed at least two months before the Breath of the Wild sequel release date. As Breath of the Wild 2 is currently aiming for a release window sometime in 2022, this technically means that the bounty may have already expired – although it’s much more likely that you still have a few months left on the clock.
For more original Breath of the Wild news, be sure to check out this article detailing the modified version of Google Street View that a software developer created for the game. Alternatively, if you want to check out the latest in Breath of the Wild 2, you can go to our IGN page dedicated to the game.
Jared Moore is a freelance writer for IGN. You can follow it on Twitter.