As expected from a major release like The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, there’s already a lot of merchandise available at launch alongside the game’s debut. Third and first-party items are all available. Many of the items are directly tied to playing the game, what with there being a themed console, controller, and amiibo. However, there are also some complementary items that also appeared.
What sorts of Switch-related items can I find?
If more functional The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is your style, there are a lot of practical items. Here’s what you can get:
- Carrying Case & Screen Protector – $24.99
- Game Traveler Deluxe Travel Case – $19.99
- Hori Split Pad Pro – $59.99
- The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom The Complete Official Guide – $29.99
- Link amiibo – $15.99
- OLED Switch Model – $359.99
- PerfectSight Protective Case – $16.99
- Pro Controller – $74.99
- Sandisk 1TB microSD card – $149.99
What about “for fun” The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom merchandise?
A lot of other items like clothing and figures are also showing up! Going to Nintendo proper is the best option right now, as it’s the easiest place to find items specifically tied to this installment.
- Earthenware Mug – $39.99
- Hoodie – $49.99
- Journal – $24.99
- Keychain – 550 My Nintendo Platinum Points
- Long-sleeved Shirt – $34.99
- T-Shirt – $29.99
- Tumbler – $24.99
There are also some mash-up items, as Nintendo released three shirts from the Splatoon 3 The Legend of Zelda Splatfest.
What about import The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom merchandise?
If you’re looking to eventually import, there are additional pieces of The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom merchandise you could pick up. An Ichiban Kuji for it started in Japan in May 9, 2023. That’s essentially a lottery where you buy a ticket, and it will have prizes in categories A through H, with A being the best. In that collection, there are items like a Master Sword light, blanket, mug, decorative canvas, stationary, pottery, plates, metal charms, Korok keychains, and a clock. Lawson is selling a speaker that looks like the Tri-force. All of those items would likely require a proxy service, scouring eBay, or checking a store like Aitai Kuji. Meanwhile, a Japanese grocery store in your vicinity may eventually get the candy with a Master Sword. Kinokuniya stores might also stock the book with the Heart Container light.
The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is available for the Nintendo Switch.