How to Get Link's Green Tunic Without Amiibos In 'The Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild'

By Michael Augustin , Updated Mar 14, 2017 10:05 AM EDT

Nintendo has obviously made a lot of changes to "The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild" compared to previous installments of the RPG. The new game features an open-world approach, along with destructible weapons, hunting, resource gathering and compatibility with Amiibos. However, fans of the older games might be looking for something familiar that they can relate to. Sources have reported that gamers were surprised that the protagonist's iconic green tunic was absent from all of its trailers before its official launch.

Gamers have observed that the game provides several outfits that allow them to customize Link. Some of these items also offer several stat boosts for swimming and climbing speeds, while some offer protection from environmental hazards like heat and the cold. Game Rant claims that it delivers a unique feature compared to its predecessors and spices up the protagonist's wardrobe.

Players who want to grab Link's green tunic without the use of Amiibos will reportedly encounter a challenge. In order to acquire the classic outfit, players should locate and complete all of the shrines in "The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild". Some guides have revealed that the RPG has a total of 120 shrines for players to explore. Once gamers have completed the tasks, it will reportedly unlock the Tunic of the Wild, Cap of the Wild and the Trousers of the Wild outfits.

Players who want to grab the other green tunic models currently have no other choice but to unlock it from the NFC-enabled toys. So in order to get the classic ensemble, gamers have no choice but to pursue to shrine completion quest to grab the set. It seems the game still contains secrets that have yet to be discovered, like the hidden Satoru Iwata tribute discovered by a user in a report by Gamenguide.

Besides the regular green tunics that unlock from certain Amiibos, data miners have apparently checked "The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild" system files and discovered several more outfits for Link from other installments of the RPG. The game is currently available for the Nintendo Switch and Nintendo Wii U.

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