Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom: all Zelda Amiibo rewards

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Whereas Amiibo are so cool that you could be simply need to show them, they nonetheless do serve capabilities in nearly each Nintendo Swap recreation. Scanning them often unlocks some kind of reward in-game, which is true in each The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild and the brand new The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. There are dozens of Amiibo on the market already, and even a few model new ones made particularly for Hyperlink’s newest adventures, so scanning all of them in is near unimaginable. Fortunately, not all of them have distinctive rewards, however there are a handful that you just may need to take into account scooping up for some particular unlocks. Listed below are all of the Tears of the Kingdom Amiibo rewards and how you can activate them.

Tips on how to activate Amiibo

To entry any Amiibo reward in Tears of the Kingdom, you’ll want to first allow them by pausing the sport and going to the System Menu. From right here, merely change the amiibo disabled tab to Use amiibo.

With that achieved, you’ll now have a brand new choice in your Means Wheel. The underside-left choice has the Amiibo icon, which it is best to choose. It will create a circle on the bottom indicating the place the Amiibo reward you’re about to scan will spawn. At this level, you can begin scanning any Amiibo as regular by putting them on high of your proper Pleasure-Con or on the highest of your Professional controller.

All Amiibo rewards

Link glides with a Majora's Mask-themed glider in Tears of the Kingdom.

We’ll begin with the Amiibo which have distinctive rewards, which have an opportunity of spawning alongside regular rewards. All those that include material are distinctive paraglider designs you’ll be able to equip. In case you use another Amiibo apart from those listed beneath, you’ll merely get a random assortment of things or supplies. Right here’s an inventory of Amiibo and the rewards every can reap.

Breath of the Wild Hyperlink Rider

Hylian-Hood Material

Majora’s Masks Hyperlink

Majora’s Masks Material

Fierce Deity’s Masks, Armor, and Boots

Skyward Sword Zelda and Loftwing

Zelda’s Sailcloth Material

Tears of the Kingdom Hyperlink

Chamption’s Tunic Material

Bokoblin

Bokoblin Material

Daruk

Goron-Champion Material

Vah Rudaria Divine Helm

Ganondorf (Tremendous Smash Bros.)

Demon King Material

Guardian

Historical-Sheikah Material

Hyperlink (Legend of Zelda)

Pixel Material

Cap, Tunic, and Trousers of the Hero

Hyperlink (Hyperlink’s Awakening)

Egg Material

Cap, Tunic, and Trousers of Awakening

Hyperlink (Ocarina of Time)

Lon Lon Ranch Material

Cap, Tunic, and Trousers of Time

Hyperlink (Skyward Sword)

Sword-Spirit Material

White Sword of the Sky

Cap, Tunic, and Trousers of the Sky

Hyperlink (Tremendous Smash Bros.)

Mirror of Twilight Material

Cap, Tunic, and Trousers of Twilight

Epona

Hyperlink/Hyperlink Archer (Tears of the Kingdom/Breath of the Wild)

Tunic of Recollections Material

Mipha

Zora-Champion Material

Vah Ruta Divine Helm

Revali

Rito-Champion Material

Vah Medoh Divine Helm

Sheik (Tremendous Smash Bros.)

Sheik Material

Defend of the Thoughts’s Eye

Sheik Masks

Toon Hyperlink (Tremendous Smash Bros.)

King of Crimson Lions Material

Sea-Breeze Boomerang

Toon Hyperlink (Wind Waker)

King of Crimson Lions Material

Sea-Breeze Boomerang

Tunic and Trousers of Winds

Urbosa

Gerudo-Champion Material

Vah Noboris Divine Helm

Zelda (Breath of the Wild)

Hyrule-Princess Material

Zelda (Tremendous Smash Bros.)

Princess of Twilight Material

Nightfall Bow

Zelda (Wind Waker)

Bygone-Royal Material

Sea-Breeze Defend

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