'The Legend of Zelda' Trading Cards Are Coming; 'Legend of Zelda' Gameplay To Come Out On E3

By Kathleen Nava , Updated May 19, 2016 08:27 AM EDT

Trading card games are making a comeback, so it's no surprise that The Legend of Zelda now getting its own trading card. Since the wait for the highly anticipated game on Wii U is more or less a year away, fans can satisfy their thirst for the meantime by checking out "The Legend of Zelda" trading Cards.

The Legend of Zelda Trading Cards Listed Online

It was confirmed by Nintendo Life that the Legend of Zelda trading cards will be launching next month, June 30th. The only downside of "The Legend of Zelda" trading Cards is that it will only be released in Australia at this point in time.

"The Legend of Zelda" trading Cards actually comes in two sets. The first set is called the "Value Box,"
The collector boxes will be sold at EB Games for $20 AUS. Each Legend of Zelda trading cards pack contains four packs of randomly inserted cards, a decal or tattoo, a poster, and one Collectors Pin.

The Legend of Zelda Trading Cards Available for Preorder

"The Legend of Zelda" trading cards will be inspired by Twilight Princes, A Link Between Worlds, Ocarina of Time and Skyward Sword. So that actually covered the five main games that gamers are used to for the past few years which is amazing for the fans because those were probably the most popular games that they played in "The Legend of Zelda" series.

There are 85 cards in the base set of "The Legend of Zelda," foil cards, 23 regulars, 12 stickers and nine Tattoos. The Legend of Zelda trading cards booster packs will cost about $6 AUS, and it will have six cards in each one.

The Legend of Zelda will be shown at E3 2016

Kotaku reported that Nintendo wrote in a press release that, "This will be the world's first in-depth look at the game, which will also include commentaries by Nintendo developers. The Legend of Zelda gameplay will be streamed from the E3 show floor via Nintendo's channels on YouTube and Twitch, as well as on http://e3.nintendo.com. The stream will include game coverage, behind-the-scenes info and plenty of fun."

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