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Tons of Zelda series amiibo are getting reprinted for The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom

You have a second chance to get some in-demand Zelda toys.

Fans have discovered several Amiibo for the Legend of Zelda series are re-listed on a French e-commerce website called Fnac. The re-listing shows that the Amiibo will arrive at the store in March, which will correspond with the May 12 launch of The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. Nintendo has yet to officially announce a re-release for the Zelda Amiibo, but it would make sense for the company to re-release the Amiibo line-up just in time for the next big Zelda title.

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Fnac is a french conglomerate that sells anything from phones and video games to comforters and backpacks. While the listing in Fnac could be a mistake, if it turns out the Zelda Amiibo are arriving next month in France, fans can expect a re-release in the States and other parts of the world around the same time. The Amiibo listed on Fnac are listed below:

  • Majora’s Mask Link
  • Twilight Princess Wolf Link
  • Breath of the Wild Rider Link
  • Breath of the Wild Archer Link
  • Ocarina of Time Link
  • Twilight Princess Link
  • Pixel Link
  • Breath of the Wild Guardian
  • Wind Waker Toon Link
  • Skyward Sword Link
  • Breath of the Wild Princess Zelda
  • Wind Waker Toon Zelda
  • Breath of the Wild Bokoblin
  • Link’s Awakening
  • Super Smash Bros. Princess Zelda

These are only the Amiibo listed on Fnac, other Zelda Amiibo may also get a re-release, including the original Super Smash Bros. Link Amiibo. Amiibo are figures released by Nintendo that fans can scan onto their console to receive an exclusive feature in a game. The Legend of Zelda Amiibo are some of the best Amiibo Nintendo has ever released, so it is gratifying to see fans get a second chance with some of the hard-to-find Amiibo from the franchise. Scanning a Zelda Amiibo in Breath of the Wild gave fans bonus accessories, with the Wolf Link Amiibo summoning a wolf in the game to help players on their quest.


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