Zelda Fans Rejoice: Almost All Zelda amiibo Are Back in Stock in the UK

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If you are a fan of The Legend of Zelda series and love collecting amiibo, you are in luck.

The My Nintendo Store UK has announced on Twitter that almost all Zelda-related amiibo are back in stock, except for the new Link amiibo from Tears of the Kingdom, which is still sold out.

The restock includes amiibo from various Zelda games, such as Twilight Princess, Majora’s Mask, Skyward Sword, Ocarina of Time, The Wind Waker, Breath of the Wild, and Link’s Awakening. You can also get the Guardian amiibo, the Four Champions amiibo, and the Zelda & Loftwing amiibo.

The amiibo are priced at £12.99 each, or £49.99 for a set of four. You can order them from the My Nintendo Store UK website while supplies last.

But why should you get this, amiibo?

Apart from being beautiful collectibles, they also have some functionality in Tears of the Kingdom, the latest Zelda game that launched on May 12th. By scanning an amiibo on your Switch console, you can unlock various items and rewards in the game, such as chests, materials, weapons, armor, and even Epona, Link’s faithful horse.

Each amiibo can be scanned once a day, and the rewards are randomized. However, you can use a trick to save your game before scanning an amiibo and reloading if you don’t get what you want. This way, you can try to get the rarest and most valuable items, such as paraglider fabrics, masks, and unique armor sets.

Of course, you don’t need amiibo to enjoy Tears of the Kingdom. The game is a massive open-world adventure that lets you explore a post-apocalyptic Hyrule with new mechanics and features.

You can ride horses and other animals, use a glider to soar through the sky, craft items and weapons, and even tow objects with your horse.

Tears of the Kingdom is also compatible with the new Zelda Switch OLED console, which has a 7-inch OLED screen, enhanced audio, a wider kickstand, and a LAN port.

The console has a unique design inspired by Tears of the Kingdom, with gold accents and symbols on the dock and the Joy-Cons.

So whether you are a longtime Zelda fan or a newcomer to the series, you have plenty of reasons to celebrate.

Grab your favorite amiibo, and enjoy your journey in Tears of the Kingdom.

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