After several years working with the Mario license, LEGO has unveiled its first set with Nintendo’s other big franchise, The Legend of Zelda. The Great Deku Tree set features 2500 pieces, and is releasing on September 1, for $299.99. Pre-orders are available now (limit three per customer).

The Great Deku Tree set is part of LEGO’s ever-growing list of adult-level advance builds (and priced accordingly). At 2500 pieces it’s no slouch, though not as big (or pricey) as the recently released Dungeons & Dragons: Red Dragon’s Tale set.

As a 2-in-1, the set has a unique quirk, with two full builds using the same pieces, recreating two different versions of the iconic creature/dungeon from the Zelda series. One build represents Ocarina of Time, and features dangerous enemies that infest the tree.

The other build is from Breath of the Wild, where the tree is at the center of the Korok forest, and a home to the lovable little forest sprites.

It’s a brilliant way to honor two of the most beloved Zelda games (sit down, Majora’s Mask fans). Hopefully it’s the first of many more Zelda LEGO sets!

In addition to Nintendo, LEGO has also partnered with Sonic, Minecraft, and Fortnite.

The Great Deku Tree 2-in-1 will release on September 1.

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