All Amiibo Outfits in Tears of the Kingdom Listed (TOTK)

Looking for a list of every amiibo outfit in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom? We have got you covered.

The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom has been out since May of this year. Alongside this absolutely legendary game are a series of outfits players can earn by purchasing specific amiibos.

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Here is a list of all amiibo outfits in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom.

Tears of the Kingdom: All Amiibo Outfits Listed

Amiibos have been quite popular within the Nintendo community for quite some time now. The Legend of Zelda amiibos are not only highly collectible but offer players unique and rare outfits that you could otherwise not get in the game.

Here is every amiibo outfit you can acquire in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom.

Super Smash Bros. Amiibo Series:

  • Link:
    • Cap of the Twilight
    • Tunic of the Twilight
    • Trousers of the Twilight
  • Toon Link:
    • Cap of the Wind
    • Tunic of the Wind
    • Trousers of the Wind
  • Young Link:
    • Cap of Time
    • Tunic of Time
    • Trousers of Time

The Legend of Zelda 30th Anniversary Amiibo Series:

  • 8-Bit Link:
    • Cap of the Hero
    • Tunic of the Hero
    • Trousers of the Hero
  • Ocarina of Time Link:
    • Cap of Time
    • Tunic of Time
    • Trousers of Time
  • The Legend of Zelda Collection Amiibo Series:
    • Fierce Deity Mask
    • Fierce Deity Armor
    • Fierce Deity Boots
  • Skyward Sword Link:
    • Cap of the Sky
    • Tunic of the Sky
    • Trousers of the Sky

The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening Amiibo Series:

  • Link’s Awakening Link:
    • Mask of Awakening
    • Tunic of Awakening
    • Trousers of Awakening

What Are Amiibos?

Amiibos are small toy statues that resemble different characters from The Legend of Zelda series. The amiibos have characters from various Zelda games, ranging back to 8-bit versions of Link to more recent depictions.

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The best part of these amiibos is they are also usable within your games. The Nintendo Switch can read amiibos just by tapping the figures on your console, giving you unique and rare in-game loot.

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