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New Zelda Controllers And Carrying Cases Are Available Now From PDP

Three controllers and two travel cases from PDP are available to buy now; all of them are officially licensed.


If you're looking for some new Zelda-themed accessories to go alongside The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, accessory manufacturer PDP has a new assortment of controllers and carrying cases up for grabs. All five of the new Zelda products are officially licensed by Nintendo, but they are themed after Breath of the Wild rather than Tears of the Kingdom.

The three controllers all offer back paddle buttons, adjustable volume controls, a 3.5mm jack, and a compact form factor. One of the coolest designs features a stylized image of Link drawing his bow, with neon blue Sheikah iconography wrapping the rest of the controller. It also glows in the dark after brief exposure to light.

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Each controller is listed for just $28, making it a great option for shoppers on a budget.

Beyond controllers, two travel cases are up for grabs. One features Breath of the Wild's key art showing Link overlooking Hyrule along with a dark blue color scheme, while the other features a design similar to the Sheikah controller mentioned above. These cost just $20, are compatible with all Switch models (including Lite and OLED), and boast an integrated stand so you can prop up your handheld without any additional accessories.

All five of these PDP accessories are available to purchase--be sure to check them out if you're looking for some fresh Zelda swag. The official PDP website is currently the only place to find them, but they'll likely pop up at third-party retailers soon.

For more The Legend of Zelda PDP accessories, check out Amazon's large selection:

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