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E3: Switch Gets Cool Zelda: Link's Awakening Limited Edition, But Not In The US

The States might get skipped.


We finally got a good look at The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening during Nintendo's E3 2019 Direct. Link's classic 1993 adventure has been reimagined with charming visuals and will release on the Nintendo Switch on September 20. Along with the announcement, Europe will see a cool, limited edition of the game--but it doesn't seem America will get it.

Nintendo hasn't provided an official statement on where the Link's Awakening Limited Edition will arrive, but according to a tweet from user Wario64, the Limited Edition has, as of this moment, only been announced for Europe.

Pre-orders for Link's Awakening are now up and a few different editions will become available in the coming months. The Dreamer Edition includes the base game and a hardcover book with concept art, while the Limited Edition--above--comes with a Game Boy-themed steelbook and 120-page artbook in addition to the game.

Pre-order The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening standard edition

The standard edition comes with just the base game and will cost you $60. You can pre-order it at the following retailers:

Nintendo also added Link's Awakening to its voucher program, where you can buy two game vouchers for $100 and use them to redeem two games. You'll save up to $20 if you use them on full-priced games. See the full list of eligible titles at Nintendo.

For more on the presentation, check out all the news from Nintendo's E3 2019 press conference.

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