Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild producer Eiji Aonuma reveals all of the contents of the Breath of the Wild Master Edition in a new unboxing video.

There’s no doubt that the next few weeks will be very exciting for fans of Nintendo. Even if consumers aren’t ready to drop $299 on a Nintendo Switch next Friday, there is still the Wii U version of Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild to keep them entertained. With the launch of the long-anticipated game just over a week away, Nintendo is stepping up its hype machine and releasing some exciting new details about the Breath of the Wild’s bundles.

Hardcore Zelda fans who are willing to shell out some extra money, and were able to secure a pre-order, can score some very cool extras in the Breath of the Wild special editions. For $130, players can pick up the Master Edition, which comes jam-packed with goodies. Thanks to a new video released by Nintendo, fans can get a closer look at all of the items with series producer Eiji Aonuma detailing every trinket.

Here’s a look at the official unboxing video…

Aonuma teases that the battered Master Sword and the flower next to it will have an important role in Breath of the Wild and that players will understand more about the items after playing the game. As if the sword statue wasn’t enough of a selling point, the package also comes equipped with a soundtrack, coin, map, and a Switch travel case. $130 is definitely a lot of money to drop on one game, but die hard Zelda fans will have a hard time passing this opportunity up… Assuming they can even find one on launch day.

Early reports suggest that the Wii U version of Breath of the Wild has already leaked online, so fans should be careful to avoid spoilers as they wait out the last few days before the game’s launch. After stealing the show at E3 2016, it seems very likely that Breath of the Wild will be a game of the year contender and the first major console hit that Nintendo has had in a long while.

Do you plan to pick up a special edition of Breath of the Wild on launch day? Do you think the package is worth the price tag? Let us know in the comments.

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is set to launch on March 3, 2017 for the Nintendo Switch and Wii U.