Limited Collector’s Edition Hyrule Historia Announced

The Legend of Zelda: Hyrule Historia will be released in the West in just under two months time with fans of the series gearing up for an extensive read into the world of Hyrule. Quite a number of standard editions of the much-anticipated guidebook have been pre-ordered and demand is set to be high after the long wait for its localization outside of Japan. To create even more hype for Hyrule Historia book publisher Dark Horse is planning on publicizing a “Limited Collector’s Edition” of the Zelda memorabilia, according to Amazon, with a few special features unavailable in the standard edition.

Are you interested in checking out this “Limited Collector’s Edition” Hyrule Historia publication? Click on the jump for more details!

Amazon has given the following description detailing exclusive features only planned for the “Limited Collector’s Edition”:

“Dark Horse Books and Nintendo® team up to bring you the limited collector’s edition of The Legend of Zelda: Hyrule Historia, containing an unparalleled collection of historical information on The Legend of Zelda™ franchise. This handsome book contains never-before-seen concept art, the full history of Hyrule, the official chronology of the games, and much more! The limited edition of Hyrule Historia looks like it could have been pulled off the shelf of one of the sages in Hyrule. The faux-leather hardcover bears the symbol of the Gate of Time, debossed, on the cover, and gold gilded pages. The limited collector’s edition of The Legend of Zelda: Hyrule Historia is perfect for the hardcore The Legend of Zelda™ fan!”

Just the thought of reading your Hyrule Historia book by feeling that faux-leather cover and turning those glistening gold pages must leave some temptation to choosing the “Limited Collector’s Edition”. Originally priced at $69.99, Amazon is dealing at the bargain of $45.73; a 35% discount. Apparently, orders for the “Limited Collector’s Edition” are being shipped on February 12th, a mere two weeks after the standard edition is released. Also noticed, is the listing for the “Limited Collector’s Edition” describing the publication as containing 272 pages which happens to be six pages shorter than the standard edition.

You can view the “Limited Collector’s Edition” Hyrule Historia by clicking here! If you really want one it’s advised you preorder straight away. This edition is strictly limited and may be available only once.

Does this “Collector’s Edition” of Hyrule Historia appeal to you? Are there enough different features for you to consider this edition? Can you think of any features which would have liked to be included in a “special” edition of Hyrule Historia? Let us know what you think below!

Source: Nintendo Everything, GenGAME