6. Japanese Gamers Have Been Treated to a Premium and Treasure Box Special Edition of the Game
Hyrule Warriors first saw release in Japan on August 14, 2014. Japanese gamers got access to two exclusive pre-order special editions of the game – The Premium Box and Treasure Box. The Premium Box (priced at 11,000 yen/$110) comes with the game, an official art book, a Triforce-shaped table clock and six character DLC costumes.
As for what comes with the Treasure Box (priced at 14,000 yen/$140), lucky recipients will be gifted the game, an official art book, a Triforce-shaped table clock, eight character DLC outfits, a physical version of Link’s in-game scarf and a physical treasure box with audio.
7. Registering the Game With Club Nintendo Will Grant You Some Extra Ganondorf Outfits
Nintendo and Koei Tecmo have already jam packed this game with a whole slew of content. Upon launch, loyal Club Nintendo fans who resister the game via this service will be awarded with a download code for additional DLC costumes for Ganondorf. Take note – you’ll have to register the game between September 26, 2014 and October 23, 2014.
Also, players who purchase the game upon release will receive a free download code for a new mode, new weapon and the option to select new music to add to the game.
8. Best Buy Will Offer Up a Pair of Skyward Sword Outfits
Best Buy’s American pre-order incentives for Hyrule Warriors comes with Skyward Sword-themed DLC costumes for Link and Zelda.
9. GameStop’s Pre-Order Bonus Come in the From of Ocarina of Time Costumes
GameStop’s American outlets are handing out Ocarina of Time-themed DLC outfits for Link and Zelda via pre-order’s.
10. Amazon’s Pre-Order Bonus for the Game Includes Twilight Princess Costumes
Amazon’s American online pre-order bonus comes in the form of exclsuive Twilight Princess DLC costumes for Link and Zelda.