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It’s only been a few weeks since the release of The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, and dedicated dataminers are already diligently delving into the game’s code to unearth any hidden details that may have been excluded from the retail version. Their efforts have led to an intriguing discovery: two unused paraglider designs, one called Princess Zelda fabric and the other called The Gerudo King’s Fabric. It’s doesn’t take a rocket scientist to see that these two fabrics are tied to Princess Zelda and Ganondorf.



You might wonder why these paragliders are believed to be associated with an amiibo. The reason lies in the fact that each amiibo is assigned a unique identification (ID) that the game recognizes when scanned. For instance, the recently released Tears of the Kingdom Link amiibo has an ID of 1048, instructing the game to unlock items associated with that specific number upon scanning. Interestingly, the two discovered paraglider fabrics are linked to amiibo with IDs of 1049 and 1050, respectively, which, as of the time of this post, do not correspond to any existing amiibo.



So, does this mean without a doubt that we’re getting new amiibo? Not necessarily. It’s possible that the amiibo were planned and scrapped at some point in development. However, I think it’s fair to say the chances of seeing a new wave of amiibo for one of Nintendo’s biggest games of all-time are pretty high! Stay tuned to Nintendo Wire and Amiibo News on Twitter for more details they’re released.



Source: Universo Zelda


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Written by Jason Ganos

Nintendo super fan since birth, Jason is the creator of Amiibo News and editor-in-chief at Nintendo Wire. One of his life goals is to provide the latest Nintendo news to fellow gamers with his natural know-how.