Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild will receive a Special Edition amiibo in line with its 30th anniversary celebration. As expected, it will interact with the upcoming game. Along with the amiibo comes a very huge and weird surprise for Link and his fans.
Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Amiibo
Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild will feature four types of amiibo that will give different goodies to players when they interact with the game. These four include the 8-bit Link, Toon Link, Ocarina of Time Link, and Wind Waker Zelda. For those who are expecting that the
For those who are expecting that the amiibo will give Link a sidekick during the game will be disappointed. Rather, they will give him other things that might prove more helpful in the journey.
The 8-bit Link will give Link a number of barrels with some coins inside and other surprise gifts. The Toon Link gives players tons of fishes, which might be too much for Link to carry, and the Wind Waker Zelda amiibo will give Link different types of plants.
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The weird surprise comes from the Sky?
What about the Ocarina of Time Link, you might ask? This is probably the weirdest because when you interact this Zelda amiibo with the Legend of Zelda game, a huge amount of meat will fall from the sky. What fans are scratching their head about is what on earth was that huge amount of meat for.
Too much fish is already weird but chunks of meat falling from the sky? It’s triple weird and Nintendo did not provide any explanation why.
As reported in the previous news, this Zelda game will be more of an exploration and survival; thus, Link should not just rely on his fighting skills but on strategy as well. Perhaps, the meat will be part of the strategy or he had to stock on food when he traverses through the icy terrain during his journey.
Speaking of strategy, Link’s costume also plays a critical role in his survival. Players need to choose the appropriate clothes before setting out on a quest or a journey. Failure to do so can expose Link to the elements, which have more power to kill him than his most dangerous enemies in Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.