Nintendo to Release Limited Edition Hyrule Warriors: Legends in March

If there is one thing Nintendo likes to give to its fans, it’s limited edition goodies! From themed systems to figurines, Nintendo knows that if you add a little something extra to the offer, the bigger a hit it’ll be. Hyrule Warriors: Legends will be released for the 3DS on March 24th, with five new characters to fight as!

We’ll see the introduction of Tetra, King Daphnes, Toon Link (who will have a four-chapter story to play through, based on Wind Waker), Skull Kid and the all-new crossbow-wielding, cucco-farming Linkle. Linkle will have her own storyline, which will consist of five chapters all about her!

Now, lest you think that just because you own the WiiU version of the game you shouldn’t get the 3DS version – fret not! Each copy of Hyrule Warriors: Legends will include a code to copy over the five new fighters to the WiiU version of the game, letting everyone play as everyone! But that’s not the only new feature that Legends will bring to the table; in the 3DS version, you will be able switch between up to four fighters on the same map, bringing a whole new level of strategy to the game.

Now – for what everyone is waiting for, what Nintendo will include in the limited edition version of the game:

hyrule-warriors-legends-limited-edition-656x783 That’s right. Not only will you get the new game, but you’ll get a copy of Linkle’s precious compass! I don’t think she’ll mind too much…

One more thing that will be included in the 3DS version is something Nintendo calls My Fairy Mode. In this mode, while in Adventure Mode, there are fairies to be found. You can level up these fairies, clothe them and gain their trust, which will benefit you in any of the game’s modes. You can also give their strength to friends via Local Play, and they can use the Fairy Magic for 24 hours!


What do you think of all the new features in Hyrule Warriors” Legends? Let us know in the comment section!

Lucas Corbitt

Lucas Corbitt

Lucas Corbitt is a content contributor and editor for The Hyrule Herald.

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