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Zelda: LEGO formalizes the very first set, this is what it will look like

Natasha Kumar By Natasha Kumar May28,2024

Çthat's it, The Legend of Zelda is finally getting ready to launch. take your first steps into the LEGO world. The construction game juggernaut has just made the very first set of the cult Nintendo license official. A very beautiful object that will be torn apart. for sure, like hotcakes.

Zelda: LEGO formalizes the very first set, this is what it will look like

the very first Lego Zelda set coming to market soon 

À Through its legendary sets, LEGO reigns over the world of toys and construction. The indestructible firm can count on its flourishing partnerships with the biggest entertainment licenses to market complex and legendary sets. Harry Potter, Star Wars, Lord of the Rings, Marvel, lucrative franchises delight their fans throughout their lives. through magnificent pieces (The Millennium Falcon, Barad-Dûr, Hogwarts).

However, we notice that no set stampedThe Legend of Zelda was marketed by the firm (and this is the case for most of the Japanese firm's other licenses except Super Mario). But that is about to change since LEGO has just formalized the upcoming marketing of the Deku Tree, which will be responsible for the development of the Mojo Tree. to represent the universe of Hyrule.

Zelda: LEGO formalizes the very first set, here's what it will look like

the Mojo Tree to inaugurate the license

As the toy company indicates in its press release; press, This set of 2,500 pieces will represent the guardian of the Korogus from the flagship titles of the license. In addition to the latter, the set includes “emblematic decorations from the games video of the saga, notably the base of the Legendary Sword from Breath of the Wild, as well as Link's House from Ocarina of Time, allowing enthusiasts to personalize their installation. “

As a wink to fans, LEGO reveals several available features, andthe possibility of building new features. for fans to build the set in two ways. In the Breath of the Wild version, the face of the venerable Deku Tree can be animated. with a simple press of a lever, while in the Ocarina of Time version it is equipped with with a mechanism allowing it to open its mouth, revealing a Skulltula which descends into the depths.

Zelda: LEGO formalizes the very first set, here's what it will look like

characters, release, price, everything it has you need to know about the Lego Zelda set

To accompany the divinity, four characters are offered: the child and adult version of Link from Ocarina of Time, as well as the savior of Hyrule and Zelda in their blue outfits from Breath of the Wild. The set also includes other small characters such as “Noïa the Korogu (with his maracas), several Korog, the Mojo Babas, the fairy Navi, the bud of the Deku Tree and a Skulltula.”

Zelda: LEGO formalizes the very first set, this is what it will look like

The assigned producer by Zelda Eiji Aonuma went there of his little note to congratulate himself on the agreement concluded with Lego:

I'm really excited that The Legend of Zelda is joining the world of LEGO bricks, which has boosted the popularity of LEGO bricks. the creative impulses of so many people and of all ages. The Deku Tree was the first element of The Legend of Zelda that we wanted to represent (…), I can't wait for everyone to have the chance to build this part of the world from The Legend of Zelda with his own hands.

Zelda: LEGO formalizes the very first set, this is what it will look like

The setLEGO The Legend of Zelda: Venerable Deku Treeswill be released on September 1st and it You will have to pay the sum of  299.99 € to acquire it. The craze risks quickly giving way to stock shortages, as fans have been asking for ages for the license to arrive from the game manufacturer.

Natasha Kumar

By Natasha Kumar

Natasha Kumar has been a reporter on the news desk since 2018. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Times Hub, Natasha Kumar worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my natasha@thetimeshub.in 1-800-268-7116

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