E3 2019: Nintendo's New Amiibo Figures Include Snake, Link; Pre-Orders Live Now

Add these Amiibos to your collection.


Shortly after Nintendo's E3 2019 Direct, the company unveiled a slew of Amiibo figures headed to retail store shelves. The Amiibos include one for the newly-reimagined The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening and quite a few for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (Metal Gear's Solid Snake among them), and they'll arrive during this year and into next year.

The figures usually retail anywhere from $13 USD / $19 AUD / £10 GBP to $17 USD / $24 AUD / £13 GBP. Best Buy listings have already been spotted, and it looks like they'll retail for $16 USD / $23 AUD / £12 GBP. Check them out for yourself below, along with the release date/window for each.

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Releasing September 20, 2019

Coming in November 2019

  • Incineroar - Super Smash Bros. series
  • Chrom - Super Smash Bros. series
  • Simon Belmont - Super Smash Bros. series

Coming in 2020

  • Dark Samus - Super Smash Bros. series
  • Richter - Super Smash Bros. series

Though it was shorter than some of the other E3 2019 presentations, Nintendo was no slouch on game announcements and trailer reveals. We've compiled a list of the biggest announcements, all the games out now on the Eshop, every trailer showcased, and more, so be sure to check those out. For more on the presentation, check out all the news from Nintendo's E3 2019 press conference.

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