Each major release of Nintendo comes with its own set of amiibo, and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is no exception: the three figures of Wolf, Ridley and Inkling Girl are now available and their properties will be the same as Super Smash Bros. for the Wii and the 3DS.
But How does the game react with the other 168 amiibo? For starters, those in the Smash Bros. collection. will unlock their respective FIG fighter, which we can train and improve based on experience. As a novelty, we can now empower them with spiritual spirits.
On the other hand, we can also import data we recorded in them from previous editions of Super Smash Bros. when creating a fighter FIG. Among the stored information is the original owner's name and the nickname the user gave him.
In fact, if we decide to erase the data and start from scratch, we will receive compensation. It can be a game currency and even items we can use in Spirit Mode. An extra detail, of course.
But the interesting thing is that, in addition to the numbers in the collection, we can use most amiibo.
- Figures from other collections (Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Super Mario, Kirby…) representing the Smash fighters, as a rule, will have the same effects as amiibo of the collection Super Smash Bros
- Most numbers from any collection whose character is not among the Smash fighters (Chibi RoboAlm and Celica Fire emblemToad, Tom Nook Animal Crossing…) will unlock your matching spirit.
With the above, you can get an idea of what unlocks each figure. However, let's make it even easier for you: the latest video GameXplain shows the effects and content of All the amiibo released so far.
So, you will not have to open the box to ask questions.