The mod is in beta, and the progress will be shown on PointCrow's Twitch.
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has plenty of features and selling points but what it can't offer is the ability to play it with friends. Well, it couldn't, but now it's possible with the latest multiplayer mods.
Back in November, speedrunner PointCrow offered $10,000 to whoever would make the mod. Less than a week ago, he presented the winner of this 'challenge' while playing the Breath of the Wild multiplayer mod made by AlexMangue and Sweet.
The Links controlled by PointCrow and his friends can see and damage each other and even fight enemies together, although there is a problem with enemy locations not being synchronized.
The downside of the mod is that it's not yet available to the public as the developers want to finish and polish it first.
You can check out PointCrow's 6-hour stream to find out what to be prepared for.
This is not the only multiplayer mod out there. Another streamer Croton tried a version by Kirbymimi, which allows two players to explore the world locally.
Croton explained that "the save file (including hearts and inventory) is shared, but both players can participate in most actions together." You can also play online by using a third-party software to share the same screen or allow Bluetooth controller connectivity cross system (Parsec)."
If you're interested in the mod PointCrow showed, check out AlexMangue's channel. The mod by Kirbymimi is available on their Discord. Also, don't forget to join our new Reddit page, our new Telegram channel, follow us on Instagram and Twitter, where we are sharing breakdowns, the latest news, awesome artworks, and more.