The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword is one of the most divisive Zelda games ever released, but the game will get another shot at glory thanks to The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD, an updated re-release of the Wii adventure. The new remaster is equipped with many new features and quality of life updates. Releasing alongside the game is a set of Skyward Sword Joy-Cons, modeled after the Master Sword and Hylian Shield. If you're a returning fan, ready to hunt down every heart and gratitude crystal, or just looking for a new pair of Joy-Cons, you'll want to add these to your collection. Here's how to snag a sweet pair for yourself.
Ordering the Skyward Sword Joy-Cons
Look at these beauties! That gorgeous blue with the Hylian symbol is exactly what my Nintendo Switch needs. Whether you're a collector or a Zelda fan, you'll have to get your hands on a pair of Skyward Sword Joy-Cons. Both these beautiful new Joy-Cons and Skyward Sword HD release on July 16th, but you can secure a pair of Joy-Cons yourself at the links below.
Tools of the Goddess
Revisit a classic with new tools
These new Joy-Cons are representative of the Master Sword and the Hylian shield. Immerse yourself in Skyward Sword HD with this limited edition pair of Zelda Joy-Cons.
That's all it takes to grab a pair of these legendary (and sure to be hard to find) Joy-Con. Be sure to check out our Boss Guides to stay one step ahead of the evils of Hyrule, and if you're new to the game, stop by our tips and tricks guide for everything you need to know. The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword was one of the best Wii titles when it came out a decade ago, and I'm sure it'll be one of the best Nintendo Switch games when it launches on July 16th.
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Zackery Cuevas is a writer for Windows Central, Android Central, and iMore. He likes playing video games, talking about video games, writing about video games, and most importantly, complaining about video games. If you're cool, you can follow me on Twitter @Zackzackzackery.