Ocarina of Time Online Halloween Event Debuts Costumes and Events

Published: October 19, 2020 3:38 PM /


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The Ocarina of Time Online Halloween event has been announced, debuting 30 new costumes, emotes, and much more in an update for this fan-made mod for The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time.

Ocarina of Time Online is something you might not have heard of before. Simply put, it uses the ModLoader64 software to modify The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time with online functionality. This allows players to jump into the game together, completing quests and generally enjoying the fantastic world of Hyrule. Now, the mod's creators have debuted a batch of new content for Halloween!

Check out the trailer for the Ocarina of Time Online Halloween event!

What's Coming in the Ocarina of Time Online Halloween Event?

The major addition in this event is a "Dark Hyrule" for players to enjoy, giving players a new way to look at Hyrule. The world's map has also been improved with a few easter eggs placed around the world and new custom textures added to some areas.

Some cosmetic changes to players are coming as well. A new emote system will let players get their groove on and they can certainly look stylish by unlocking over 30 outfits along with support for custom models.

Actually playing this content, however, will be a bit of a challenge. Players can head over to the ModLoader64 Discord to figure out how to get started; bear in mind that you'll need to acquire a compatible N64 ROM of The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time in order to play this content. The Ocarina of Time Online Halloween event will run from October 27, 2020, until November 3, 2020.

What do you think of the Ocarina of Time Online Halloween event? Do you wish that you could play more of The Legend of Zelda games with your friends? Let us know in the comments below!

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