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Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom unused paraglider fabrics point to unreleased amiibo

Pimp my glide.

As players continue to dig into the vast world of Hyrule in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, new discoveries and inventions surface every day.

The newest of these discoveries are two unused paraglider fabrics, found by dataminers.

Fabrics can be taken to the dye shop in Hateno Village, where you can customise your glider with different designs. While some fabrics can be gained by completing side quests, others are (annoyingly) locked behind scanning Amiibo.

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The fabrics, called Princess Zelda and Gerudo King, have been showcased in a compilation video by YouTuber Lootward, and can be seen below:

Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom unreleased glider fabrics.

According to fansite Universo Zelda, the two unused fabrics are linked to Amiibo IDs 1049 and 1050. The Tears of the Kingdom version of Link is apparently linked to an ID of 1048, sparking speculation of two new Amiibo for Tears of the Kingdom featuring Zelda and Ganondorf.

In Breath of the Wild, Nintendo included unlockable items for Link's Skyward Sword and Majora's Mask amiibo before those figurines were actually available.

You can check out our Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom Amiibo unlocks guide if you want to know how to get all the paraglider fabrics.

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