Posted on November 19 2020 by Sean Gadus
Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity is on the eve of its launch, and there is a great deal of excitement surrounding the game. Age of Calamity seems to be Nintendo’s big fall title, and the company is marketing the game as such. In addition to a variety of trailers and advertisements, Nintendo has added a new physical product to the My Nintendo rewards program: a sleek memo pad.
This gorgeous Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity memo pad is available for 600 Platinum Points plus shipping costs. The memo pad has fifty pages and a dark hard cover decorated with gold etchings. The front cover includes stylized images of Hyrule Castle, Link, Princess Zelda, Daruk, Mipha, Revali, and Urbosa. These images are based on the scroll design seen in some of Breath of the Wild‘s and Age of Calamity‘s cutscenes and loading screens. The bottom of each page includes the same images of Hyrule Castle, though the castle is flanked by the four champions. The top of the page includes an Age of Calamity logo with Calamity Ganon surging into the air.
While 600 Platinum Points is a great deal of points for most rewards members, this looks like a great product. I would expect the memo pad to sell out quickly. Fans who do not have enough Platinum Points or do not have My Nintendo Rewards might want to look for this on a resale site over the next few months because it could be one of the few ways to get one!
You can cash in your Platinum Points for the memo pad right here. My Nintendo also announced that an Age of Calamity Acrylic Panel Art is coming soon to the rewards program, so be on the lookout for that!
What do you think of this new My Nintendo rewards item? Will you be cashing in your Platinum Points for it? Let us know in the comments below?