(Update) Right on cue, Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity just got a physical My Nintendo reward

For 600 Platinum Points

[Update: Nintendo is also teasing a new “Age of Calamity acrylic panel art” piece (which you can view below) that’s 5×7 inches, with a thickness of 1/8 inch.

It has not hit the My Nintendo marketplace yet, but if we had to guess, it would clock in at 800-1000 Platinum Points. Currently, the most expensive reward is the Tom Nook keychain for 1000 points.]

Called it!

Just recently I noticed the trend of Nintendo releasing a first-party games, then dropping physical My Nintendo rewards for them on us after launch. It happened with belated drops for Animal Crossing, Paper Mario and Xenoblade Definitive Edition: with more timely arrivals for Mario Kart Live and Pikmin 3. So it would have made sense for Nintendo to deliver at least one Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity reward. They did.

It is just one reward, but it’s sweet: for 600 Platinum Points, you can grab a memo pad themed after Age of Calamity. I mean, technically it has the Age of Calamity name on it, but really, it’s an extension of Breath of the Wild merch with stylized drawings of Urbosa, Revali, Mipha, Daruk, Zelda, Link, and Hyrule Castle (which are done in the style of the flashback sequences in both games). The memo pad measures in at 8.5”x5.5, and it’s 50 pages. I already got one to put with the rest of my Zelda collection.

As a reminder, if you need help scrounging up some quick points, look to our Pikmin website promo guide (100 easy points), make sure you sign into the Wii U or 3DS eShop this week, or check out Super Mario Run for a hot second. 600 is in the middle of the road for physical rewards this year, so make sure you really want it before dropping all those points on it.

As a general rule, it’s smart to have around 600-800 points to use on something you really want, in case it sells out quickly. A few items have been restocked, but thus far, the most expensive item (a 1000 point Tom Nook keychain) is still sold out.

Hyrule Warriors Memo Pad [My Nintendo]

Chris Carter
EIC, Reviews Director - Chris has been enjoying Destructoid avidly since 2008. He finally decided to take the next step in January of 2009 blogging on the site. Now, he's staff!