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The Legend of Zelda is getting its own official escape room

Hold onto your Ocarinas, Nintendo is working with SCRAP to tour a Zelda-themed escape room through the US next year.

Have you always wanted to protect the Triforce but not had the requisite green cloak and assorted weapons? Well, you're in luck (if you're in the US), because Nintendo are developing a Legend of Zelda escape room.

For those unfamiliar, escape rooms put you and a team in a locked-down space, where you'll have to work together to solve puzzles and escape.

For the Zelda-themed adventure, Nintendo is working with SCRAP, a Japanese pioneer in the escape room game, to bring you "Defenders of the Triforce."

The escape room will tour through eight US cities beginning in January: Seattle, Chicago, New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Pheonix and Houston. You can find more official information here.

Zelda enthusiasts outside of the US appear to be out of luck -- at least, until the next major title in the series, Breath of the Wild, hits the Wii U and Switch next year.