A listing for a collector's edition of the upcoming Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2 has been spotted online, potentially giving the game away on a secondary, fancy physical release.
The listing in question can be found on WT&T, a French retailer which previously leaked the existence of The Witcher 3 on Switch ahead of time alongside several other sites. The listing allows customers to register their interest for the product and shows a price of €82.85.
We've grabbed a screenshot for you in case the link gets taken down:
The site also has a similar page for a standard version of the game, with that edition priced at €69.99. Both copies have a placeholder release date of 31st December 2020.
Of course, earlier this week, Amazon UK just so happened to list a Switch edition of The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword, before taking it down once the press had caught wind of it. The two incidents likely aren't related, but retailers sure are teasing us at the moment.
Naturally, a retailer listing doesn't confirm the existence of such a product, but the original Zelda: Breath of the Wild did launch with fancy collector's editions of its own, including the highly sought-after Master Edition. It wouldn't be a surprise to see a similar deal arrive for the sequel.
Would you snap up a pricier collector's edition if Nintendo was to release one? Are you still eagerly awaiting our next slice of Breath of the Wild 2 news? Share your thoughts with us below.