Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom amiibo – what they all unlock

Our Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom amiibo guide is explaining what every figure does, and how to use them. Grab your plastic, get tapping, and unlock everything.

What are Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom amiibo?

Amiibo are a series of figures based on Nintendo characters that interact with the NFC port on Switch controllers to work in tandem with games to give you in-game items.

With the Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom amiibo, you can tap the toy the controller to unlock outfits, armor, paraglider fabric, lots of cooking and elixir materials, and more.

How do I use Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom amiibo?

The TotK amiibo ability is available very early in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, appearing as an option as soon as you reach the surface of Hyrule after the game’s opening moments. If you have save data for Breath of the Wild with amiibo enabled, then the amiibo ability appears as soon as you can explore the world. Otherwise, you can turn on the amiibo function with these steps:

  • Press the + button to open the menu
  • Press R to scroll to system
  • Select options
  • Within the options menu, select amiibo
  • Select amiibo enabled
  • You can now access the amiibo ability by pressing L
  • Press L to use the TotK amiibo ability
  • Tap an amiibo on the NFC port of your controller
  • Your rewards fall from the sky. Enjoy!

What are the Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom amiibo unlocks?

Every available amiibo works with Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, though some have exclusive items tied to them. Scanning TotK amiibo always offers some sort of resource like fish, meat, mushrooms, and more, The Legend of Zelda series of amiibo sometimes provide you with exclusive items.

You can scan The Legend of Zelda series amiibo to repeatedly earn weapons based on the figure, they occasionally drop unique items such as Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom armor, Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom paraglider fabric, and some can even give you Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom horses like Epona.

While you can earn different items with multiple amiibo

Super Smash Bros Link amiibo

  • Cap of Twilight
  • Tunic of Twilight
  • Trousers of Twilight
  • Mirror of Twilight fabric
  • Epona

Super Smash Bros Toon Link amiibo

  • Cap of the Wind
  • Tunic of the Wind
  • Trousers of the Wind
  • King of Red Lions fabric

Super Smash Bros Young Link amiibo

  • Cap of Time
  • Tunic of Time
  • Trousers of Time
  • Lon Lon Ranch fabric

Super Smash Bros Zelda amiibo

  • Princess of Twilight fabric

Super Smash Bros Sheik amiibo

  • Sheik’s Mask
  • Sheik fabric

Super Smash Bros Ganondorf amiibo

  • Demon King fabric

30th Anniversary 8-Bit Link amiibo

  • Cap of the Hero
  • Tunic of the Hero
  • Trousers of the Hero
  • Pixel fabric

30th Anniversary Ocarina of Time Link amiibo

  • Cap of Time
  • Tunic of Time
  • Trousers of Time
  • Lon Lon Ranch fabric

Breath of the Wild Zelda amiibo

  • Hyrule Princess fabric

Breath of the Wild Bokoblin amiibo

  • Bokoblin fabric

Breath of the Wild Urbosa amiibo

  • Vah Naboris Divine Helm
  • Gerudo-Champion fabric

Breath of the Wild Mipha amiibo

  • Vah Ruta Divine Helm
  • Zora-Champion fabric

Breath of the Wild Revali amiibo

  • Vah Medoh Divine Helm
  • Rito-Champion fabric

Breath of the Wild Daruk amiibo

  • Vah Rudania Divine Helm
  • Goron-Champion fabric

Link’s Awakening Link amiibo

  • Cap of Awakening
  • Tunic of Awakening
  • Trousers of Awakening
  • Egg fabric

Where can I buy Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom amiibo?

You can get all three of the TOTK amiibo on Amazon, though they may come in and out of stock due to demand.

Tears of the Kingdom Zelda amiibo

Prices last refreshed: Fri, 05 Jan 2024 07:35:59 GMT

That’s all we have for our Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom amiibo guide. If we missed something, be sure to let us know through the Pocket Tactics Facebook page. For even more great Zelda content, check out our guides covering Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom enemies and Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom fusion.

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Nathan Ellingsworth Nate is a Pokémon obsessed Nintendo historian, old enough to remember the original grey Game Boy and he’s probably played every Nintendo game you can think of. While he adores Zelda, Mario, and RPGs, he also loves to highlight indie games and has a soft spot for a good soundtrack. With words in TheGamer, Nintendo Life, Lock On, and plenty of Nintendo magazines, he’s always out to bring you the best news and guides on Pokémon and Switch games. That’s when he isn’t collecting amiibo, shiny Pokémon, or building a competitive team.

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