Nintendo's given Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3DS a European release date of June 17.
The news comes shortly after the platform holder confirmed a June 19 US launch for the re-mastered version of the classic Nintendo 64 title.
Nintendo said: "This new edition features enhanced graphics that depict the adventures of the heroic Link in captivating detail.
"Fans of the series can once again help Link on his quest to save Hyrule from the evil Ganondorf, by exploring many dungeons, temples and using the titular ocarina to aid him on his quest but this time all in 3D and all without the need for special glasses.
"The game also now takes advantage of the gyro functionality of the Nintendo 3DS console, by physically moving the Nintendo 3DS console players are enabled to explore and look around with a first person view. This edition has been localised into 5 European languages which includes English, French, German and for the very first time ever the game has also been localised into Spanish & Italian."