It looks like Nintendo’s Amiibo craze isn’t dying down anytime soon, and it looks like Nintendo is going to soon create another reason to keep consumers and collectors to expand their Amiibo collection. It looks like Nintendo Insider has uncovered another new feature to a new Amiibo that will be packed with the upcoming release of The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD for the Wii U.
Based on a product listing for the game from Amazon France, which has since been changed, it seems that some details were inadvertently leaked for a new dungeon map that was created exclusively for the HD release of the game. The idea is that the Wolf Link Amiibo that will come with the game will unlock a new dungeon called “La Cave du Crépuscule,” which basically means The Cave of Twilight.
The existing Legend of Zelda Amiibos will not be obsolete for the game either. While the other Amiibos won’t unlock any new levels or dungeons, the Link, Toon Link, Zelda, Ganondorf and Sheik Amiibo will be use for the game. Players can use the other Amiibo figurines to replenish player hearts or arrows.
The product listing also reveals that the Wii U version will have a new gameplay mode called Hero Mode. In addition, the Wii U GamePad will offer inventory management without requiring gameplay to be paused.
The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess was announced to be receiving an HD upgrade last November during that month’s Nintendo Direct, along with the Wolf Link Amiibo. It’s scheduled for release for the Wii U in Europe and North America on March 4. The HD version will arrive in Japan on March 10. You can check out an announcement trailer for the game below.