Nintendo Reveals 'Link Green' 2DS, Breathe of the Wild Explorer's Edition

Nintendo Reveals 'Link Green' 2DS, Breathe of the Wild Explorer's Edition

Nintendo Reveals 'Link Green' 2DS, Breathe of the Wild Explorer's Edition

Alongside the Ocarina of Time 2DS bundle, Nintendo also highlighted a software bundle. For example, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D, which came out in 2011, still retails for $19.99.

Nintendo has therefore announced that on Black Friday, a Zelda special edition will be released.

Rejoice swag collectors as Nintendo is releasing The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Explorer's Edition which comes with a physical copy of the game, a 100-page explorer's guide, and a two-sided map for $59.99 on November 24, Black Friday. The bundle will hit retail for $79.99 sometime soon. The expansion pass is not included.

In addition to the green 2DS hardware bundle, Nintendo will also sell a new version of one of the most popular Switch games: The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild - Explorer's Edition.

Many would agree that Zelda Oracina of Time is one of the best games ever made. For example, you can pick up a white-and-red-themed Nintendo 2DS system packaged with New Super Mario Bros. for $79.99.

Luckily, a Nintendo Switch bundle will be on sale too!

Lastly, a special edition of Xenoblade Chronicles 2 that includes a selection of the game's soundtrack, a steelbook case and a 220-page art book will be available for $99.99 starting December 1. If you are quite the die-hard fan for Xenoblade Chronicles, you can get the Nintendo Switch Pro Controller designed in the theme of the game as well, for another $99.99 United States dollars on December 1, 2017. 2 Nintendo 2DS bundle immediately available.

Remember that Nintendo Switch and the Nintendo 3DS family of systems feature parental controls that let adults manage the content their children can access.

If you haven't yet picked up Breath of the Wild, Nintendo's giving you even more incentive to do so this holiday season.

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