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Breath of the Wild's 'Champion' amiibo arrive in November

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November 10

Zelda: Breath of the Wild isn't done quite yet. Folks are still finding all sorts of cool tricks and Easter eggs months later, but the game itself will also be rejuvenated later this year when the second (and so far, final) expansion hits.

Alongside of the Season Pass-only DLC is a set of four amiibo figures, which represent the four Champions in the story -- Daruk, Mipha, Revali and Urbosa. They also now have a release date according to the latest Nintendo Direct stream of November 10, 2017.

According to the stream, they'll "summon materials and weapons," and "conjure up headgear based on the Champion's Divine Beasts." I mean, that's about what I expected! I just hope the add-on is worth waiting for.

Nintendo Direct [YouTube]

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