If you are wondering about how to start The Frozen Wilds DLC in Horizon Zero Dawn the answer is pretty simple. Check out this article which covers all there is to know how to access the DLC and begin.
How To Start The Frozen Wilds DLC In Horizon Zero Dawn
The Frozen Wilds DLC in Horizon Zero Dawn will introduce players to a new area that wasn’t part of the original game. Along with the new area, players will also meet a new tribe. To start the Frozen Wilds DLC, players must be around level 30 before you begin to access the new area. Once you meet the criteria, look for NPCs with a blue marker over their head.
To find these NPCs, you will need to head to the following locations, there are three NPCs in total:
- The first NPC can be found outside of Meridian near Rhavid. You will find a Carja Noble who will provide you with information leading you towards the areas controlled by Banuk.
- The second NPC can be found inside the Carja border fort. You will need to speaks to Ohtur who will give you directions to the Cut.
- Finally, the last NPC is located North of the Grave Hoard, here you can speak to Yariki who is on her way to the Cut and she will provide you with all the information that you need.
You only need to speak to one of these NPCs and they will show you the location of The Frozen Wilds DLC area.
You will need to look for the quest, titled, “Into the Frozen Wilds” This will be the indication that the DLC content is available to you. This will only be made available once you finish the quest named, “A Seeker at the Gates” which is unlocked once you complete a major chunk of the game.
As you explore more in the game, you will find new enemies and the new tribe called Banuk who are located in the snow-covered mountains in the Cut. The Frozen Wilds DLC was included in the update 1.40 for PC giving PC players free access to the DLC to those who got the game.
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