Hori has announced that their Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom-themed Split Pad Pro and Adventure Pack are both seeing release in the West. We knew that these existed an were releasing in Japan, but now those of us around the world will be able to enjoy these fantastic accessories.

The Split Pad Pro is priced at $60, while the Adventure Pack will run you $30, and both will be out in Fall of 2023. You can see the breakdown for each below.

Split Pad Pro

The HORI Split Pad Pro attaches to the Nintendo Switch™ system to provide a full-size controller experience in Handheld Mode. The ergonomic form factor fits your hands perfectly for increased comfort and control. Features include full-size analog sticks and D-pad, turbo functions, and assignable rear buttons. Enjoy a new gaming experience with the Split Pad Pro! (Does not include Motion Controls, HD Rumble, NFC, or IR camera.) Officially Licensed by Nintendo®


  • Designed for Nintendo Switch™ and Nintendo Switch™ - OLED Model
  • Full-size controller experience in Handheld Mode
  • Ergonomic form factor with back grips for added comfort
  • Easy to use full-size analog sticks and D-pad
  • Turbo functionality & programmable rear buttons

Adventure Pack

Embark on your next adventure with the HORI Adventure Pack (The Legend of Zelda™: Tears of the Kingdom edition) for Nintendo Switch™. The cross-body style bag with adjustable shoulder strap holds your Nintendo Switch system in the main system pocket along with your favorite accessories in the outer pocket such as the HORI Split Pad Pro. Officially Licensed by Nintendo®


  • Cross-body style carrying bag for Nintendo Switch™ systems & accessories
  • Quality padding with adjustable strap and storage pockets
  • Featuring The Legend of Zelda™: Tears of the Kingdom artwork
  • Compatible with the Nintendo Switch™, Nintendo Switch™ Lite, and Nintendo Switch™ - OLED Model
  • Officially Licensed by Nintendo

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11M ago

Are HORI Adventure Packs the best option for when you don’t want to bring along a dock but you do want to bring a Pro Controller?