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Nintendo's upcoming remaster of The Legend Of Zelda: Twilight Princess will include new content, including a brand new dungeon that will be unlocked by using the Wolf Link amiibo being released alongside the game in March.
The game's listing on Amazon France reveals information about the remaster and the new amiibo NFC (near field communication) toy, which will be sold separately and as part of a bundle with the game's physical release.
Details within the listing have since been taken down but a NeoGAF user found and translated it as follows: "Unlock bonuses with The Legend Of Zelda amiibos: Tap all the amiibos for the Zelda series to unlock bonuses in the game, such as regenerating your life, or getting arrows for your bow.
"The new Wolf Link amiibo even allows you to get into a new dungeon: 'The Twilight Cave'. The data recorded on this amiibo can even be transferred to the next episode on Wii U."
That "next episode" referred to is the next full Zelda game currently being developed for Wii U, which will be released later in 2016 after being delayed from its original release date in 2015. The nature of what will be offered through the amiibo has not yet been revealed by Nintendo.
Other details mentioned in the listing include that there will be a Hero Mode from the start and smaller details many had assumed, such as the inventory being moved to the Wii U's GamePad. None of this has yet been confirmed by Nintendo.
Twilight Princess was first released in 2006 as a cross-gen release on the GameCube and Wii. The remaster will be released in Europe on the Wii U on 4 March.