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Zelda: Breath Of The Wild Champions Amiibo Are Back In Stock On Amazon

Re-released for Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity, the Breath of the Wild Champions Amiibo are finally back up for purchase at Amazon.

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Released in November, Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity offered The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild fans a look at the events that occurred 100 years prior--namely, the war fought by Link, Zelda, and the four Champions of Hyrule. The game's launch led to the re-release of the four Breath of the Wild Champions Amiibo, and while the collectibles have only been available at Best Buy recently, all four are currently back in stock at Amazon.

The Champions Amiibo include each of the four heroes that star in both Breath of the Wild and Age of Calamity: Daruk, the Goron Champion; Revali, the Rito Champion; Mipha, the Zora Champion; and Urbosa, the Gerudo Champion. Originally released in 2017 for Breath of the Wild, each of the four Amiibo are available to buy again, though it's curious that Amazon is just now getting stock, months after the release of Age of Calamity. In any case, you can buy them for $16 each.

While Amiibo are neat collectibles to have, they also have in-game functionality. The Champions Amiibo can be used with The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild to unlock various bonuses. Daruk will gift you the Vah Rudania Divine Helm (with Flame Guard Level 1), while Revali will unlock the Van Medoh Divine Helm (with Cold Resistance Level 1). Mipha will grant you the Van Ruta Divine Helm (with Swim Speed Up Level 1), while Urbosa will get you the Vah Naboris Divine Helm (with Electricity Resistance Level 1). Each of the Divine Helms will trigger a set bonus when you equip them with the Ancient Cuirass and Ancient Greaves, and each figure will also unlock randomized in-game materials and weapons.

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