Life-sized Sheikah Slate from Zelda Breath of the Wild
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Legend of Zelda Life-Sized Sheikah Slate Statue Pre-Orders Open Soon

A life-sized replica of the Sheikah Slate from The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild will appear in the real world, and First 4 Figures will soon open its pre-orders. The company has also shared several sample images of its upcoming replica.

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The images show how First 4 Figures will produce the Sheikah Slate replica along with its pedestal. The owner will be able to pull the slate out of the pedestal and view it from all sides, including the screen side. However, as this replica is a static statue, the device screen will not have any functionalities other than just showing the logo.

First 4 Figures has yet to announce the pricing for this replica. However, it will give away 10% discount coupons to people who have registered their interests before it opens the pre-orders on February 20, 2024.

The Sheikah Slate replica will add another entry to First 4 Figures’ merchandise for Breath of the Wild. The company had previously released static figures of Link, Zelda, and Mipha in 2022.

First 4 Figures will open pre-orders for the life-sized Sheikah Slate resin statue on its website on February 20, 2024. The replica will be based on the same device that Link used in the 2017 Nintendo Switch worldwide launch title The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. There will be regular and exclusive editions of the statue, the latter of which will come with more bonuses.

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