Japanese police have arrested a man allegedly selling modified The Legend of Zelda: Breath of The Wild save files.
According to Broadcasting System of Niigata (BSN) (thanks, Dexerto), Niigata Prefectural Police arrested a 27-year-old Chinese man living in Tokyo on 8th July for selling the cheat saves.
The save files came with boosted character abilities and rare items it would normally prove tricky to obtain through standard gameplay, police said.
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