After today’s demonstration of Nintendo Direct Mini partners, a trio of new Amiibos were released, which are related to the release Monster Hunter: Rise. Monster Hunter: Rise was one of two Monster Hunter games announced for the Nintendo Switch during the presentation. Amiibo will feature three creatures from the upcoming game: Palamut, Paliko and Magnamalo. Each of the three Amiibo will unlock a special multi-layered armor installed in the game. These figures will be sold separately and will be available exclusively in GameStop, starting from March 26, 2021. Images of the three Amiibo can be found in the tweet below.
Monster Hunter Rise #amiibo is on its way! Palamute, Magnamalo and Palico amiibo will be available @GameStop while delivery lasts 26.03.21. #MHRise pic.twitter.com/Zbrv0zP8xd
– Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) September 17, 2020
Nintendo’s Amiibo line began operations in 2014 and has grown significantly over the past six years. Most are based on Nintendo-owned characters, but a few third-party games have also got their own lines of communication. It is noteworthy that this is the second game in the series Monster Hunter from Capcom, which received a line of combinations Amiibo, and the first Stories of monster hunters. It is noteworthy that this line did not come out in North America. Given the fact that the sequel Stories of monster hunters was announced today next door Monster Hunter: Lift, it seems possible that these figures could finally get a local issue.
It is known that Nintendo is releasing Amiibo to connect new games. Earlier this month, Nintendo announced the reissue of the four Amiibo champions The Legend of Zelda: The Breath of Wildlife. The reprint will coincide with the forthcoming issue Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity. These numbers have become harder to find in recent months, so reprints are stunning for those who may have missed them.
The last few months have been quite exciting for fans of the Amiibo line from Nintendo! Joker and Hero will be released next month Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, while Amiibo with Cat Mario and Cat Peach will be released in February with the debut of the Nintendo Switch Super Mario 3D World. When all these new numbers appear soon, there has never been a better time for fans of the line!
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