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A limited edition, Triforce-branded 3DS XL is coming to Europe alongside the launch of The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds, Nintendo announced today.

The Zelda-themed 3DS XL will cost £199.99 ($320) and will include a pre-installed copy of A Link Between Worlds. And for European gamers who aren’t in need of another 3DS, Nintendo is offering a rather quaint pre-order bonus to its European customers who purchase A Link Between Worlds in advance (see: the cute vine embedded below).

Nintendo has yet to reveal whether the limited edition 3DS XL or pre-order bonus will make its way to North America. Here’s hopin’, though.

Last week, Nintendo released a new trailer for the Link to the Past sequel that revealed “Lorule,” the dark world version of Hyrule, and its mirror matriarch and Zelda equivalent, Princess Hilda.

The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds launches in both North America and Europe on November 22, exclusively for Nintendo 3DS.

Link Between Worlds 3DS XL, Treasure Chest Pre-order Bonus Coming to Europe

By | 10/15/2013 01:24 PM PT

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A limited edition, Triforce-branded 3DS XL is coming to Europe alongside the launch of The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds, Nintendo announced today.

The Zelda-themed 3DS XL will cost £199.99 ($320) and will include a pre-installed copy of A Link Between Worlds. And for European gamers who aren’t in need of another 3DS, Nintendo is offering a rather quaint pre-order bonus to its European customers who purchase A Link Between Worlds in advance (see: the cute vine embedded below).

Nintendo has yet to reveal whether the limited edition 3DS XL or pre-order bonus will make its way to North America. Here’s hopin’, though.

Last week, Nintendo released a new trailer for the Link to the Past sequel that revealed “Lorule,” the dark world version of Hyrule, and its mirror matriarch and Zelda equivalent, Princess Hilda.

The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds launches in both North America and Europe on November 22, exclusively for Nintendo 3DS.

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