Zelda: Breath of the Wild is out! It has been four years since its initial announcement and a few delays later, the game is out… in the wild.
The game has received exceptional critical and commercial acclaim, earning an aggregated score of 98 on metacritic – Just one point lower than Ocarina of Time.
Ocarina of Time has a score of 99 – but only 22 reviews.
Breath of the Wild, on the other hand, has a score of 98 – with 64 reviews.
Meaning that the influx of reviews compared to 1998 might have prevented Breath of the Wild from objectively being the greatest video game of all time. Though this is a debate for another time.
Now let’s get back to the article at hand, which will show off and detail amiibo functionality for the latest Zelda adventure. It is worth noting that any amiibo will work with the game and summon a random bunch of items albeit with no chest. I’ll only detail the specific breath of the wild figures but I will also mention other notable figures.
Summons random fish ingredients + chest.
- 30th Anniversary Wind Waker Amiibo.
- Smash Bros. Series Toon Link Amiibo.
Summons random mushroom ingredients + chest.
- Smash Bros. Series Sheik Amiibo.
Summons random plant ingredients + chest
- 30th Anniversary Wind Waker Zelda Amiibo.
- Smash Bros. Series Zelda Amiibo.
Summons random meat ingredients + chest.
- 30th Anniversary Ocarina of Time Link Amiibo.
Summons ancient metal boxes containing parts and ore
There are a few more Amiibo figures not in the Breath of the Wild series that also have an effect. They are detailed below:
Summons Barrels fulls of random amounts of rupees.
- 30th Anniversary 8-Bit Link.
- Smash Bros. Series Ganondorf.
Summons legendary horse, Epona. (Note: Only one summon).
- Smash Bros. Series Link.
Zelda: Breath of the Wild is an adventure not to be missed. Let us know how Hyrule is treating you in the comments below.
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