"The Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild" was the subject of a release date leak last week, as clever snoopers found a reference to March 4 on the European product page for the game's upcoming Amiibo figures. The evidence looks credible at a glance, but here are five reasons why the details may not be accurate. More often than not Nintendo does like to ship new figures alongside games, but it doesn't always do so. For example, Silver Mario and Mega Yarn Yoshi arrived at retail months after their respective titles. Especially for a recognizable brand like "Zelda," Amiibo could successfully launch at any time independent of "Breath Of The Wild." Beyond not being publicly known, the reason that date may have been covered up is because it isn't right.