Nintendo has confirmed the release date for the upcoming amiibo number, in this case Min Min from Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, a character taken from another fighting video game such as ARMS. Hence, Min Min will go on sale on April 29th, fulfilling the promise of its arrival this spring. However, the bad news comes from the other two amiibos also announced in Spring 2022, Minecraft’s Steve and Alex, which are now outdated and won’t arrive this spring.
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This was confirmed by Nintendo, confirming that the new Minecraft amiibo production belongs to the same Super Smah Bros. The Ultimate has suffered several logistical setbacks and will no longer be ready for this spring. Of course, they confirmed that they will arrive sometime in 2022, on a date yet to be announced, although it will certainly be after the end of June.
Along with the news, we have new images of the two Minecraft amiibo, thanks to which we can appreciate in detail the split appearance of the two characters. At this time, Nintendo has not announced any new amiibo related to the latest additions to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, such as Sephirot from Final Fantasy VII, Pyra and Mythra from Xenoblade Chronicles 2, Kazuya from Tekken, or Sora from Kingdom Hearts.
What seems certain is that if any of these new amiibos are announced, they almost certainly won’t hit stores until 2023 and beyond. What seems certain is that a new Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak-based amiibo featuring Palamute, Malzeno and Palico will hit stores in the coming months.
source | nintendo
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