The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening for the Nintendo Switch is out now the world on store shelves, India included. Previously The Mako Reactor reported that Indian retailer MCube Games was importing the game and would only be getting the Link’s Awakening the Switch by September 25, five days after its official release. However MCube has confirmed to us that its shipment of the game arrived last night and is shipping to customers today, September 20, for Rs. 4,599 after discount. In addition to this, there’s the Link’s Awakening Limited Edition that ships with a copy of the game, Game Boy-themed steelbook, and a 120-page art book for Rs. 21,990 available from September 25.
Internationally, Link’s Awakening for the Switch has a $60 price tag (around Rs. 4,200) for the standard edition. The special edition variant for Europe retails for EUR 70 (around Rs. 5,500) and there’s a US version too for $70 (around Rs. 4,900). You can check out all the details about these in our handy launch day guide.
If you prefer it digitally, the Link’s Awakening download size is 5.8GB. What’s more is, there’s a special offer that grants users double the Gold Points which can be used towards getting a lower price on the next Nintendo eShop purchase.
From August 20 to September 22, you can get double Gold Points worth GBP 5 if you purchase The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening from Nintendo eShop or Nintendo’s site. Use them to save on your next Nintendo eShop purchase. Extra points will be added to your account by October 2, 2019.
Before you consider purchasing it though, we recommend checking out our review. Link’s Awakening on the Switch is a fine effort but not without its kinks.