The Legend of Zelda amiibo have been some of the toughest ones to find over the years. That changed for a while as Nintendo ramped up production in time for The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, but we’re now seeing a dip in availability — at least, at normal retail costs.
That doesn’t mean that all hope is lost. In fact, you can currently find the lineup of some of the latest amiibo featuring characters from The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom at GameStop and other retailers.
Below, we’ve included amiibo that can change the design of Link’s paraglider in Tears of the Kingdom, with a different look depending on the figure you tap on your controller or console. While some of these amiibo are imports with Japanese packaging, they still grant the same rewards as their counterparts from the United States or Europe. However, before you jump in, you should know that almost all of these amiibo are only available from third-party retailers on Amazon, and can cost up to triple their original price.
Link (Ocarina of Time) amiibo – Japanese Version
The Link amiibo from Ocarina of Time is available in its Japanese packaging from Amazon for around $40.
Link (Twilight Princess) amiibo – Japanese Version
You can currently find the Twilight Princess Link amiibo in Japanese packaging at Amazon for $41.
Urbosa (Breath of the Wild) amiibo – Japanese Version
The Japanese amiibo for buff lady Urbosa from Breath of the Wild is available through Amazon for around $44.
Link (Skyward Sword) amiibo – Japanese Version
If you’re looking for the Skyward Sword Link amiibo, you can find one with Japanese packaging at Amazon for roughly $29.
Link (Tears of the Kingdom) amiibo
GameStop is currently the sole retailer that has this amiibo available.
Zelda and Loftwing (Skyward Sword HD) amiibo
Link: Rider (Breath of the Wild) amiibo
This amiibo isn’t in stock at major U.S. retailers, at least for its usual retail price. However, Amazon has it in stock for about $36.
Ganondorf: Tears of the Kingdom amiibo
Princess Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom amiibo
Update (Dec. 8): Updated intro to reflect the launch of new Tears of the Kingdom amiibo, and added several new amiibo available from third-party retailers on Amazon.