DLC content for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate may have ended, but fans will still have a lot to look forward to, including getting their hands on a Min Min Amiibo which is set to be available on April 29 this year.
Min Min is a ramen enthusiast and comes from the ARMS franchise. She is a long-ranged character with interchangeable hands and several unique fighting mechanics. Those who buy the Amiibo figure can scan it and get a trainable character they can send to battle online and against other Amiibos.
Nintendo also said that the Steve and Alex versions will be delayed due to ‘production and logistics’ issues until later on this year. Initially, the Smash Bros. Ultimate DLC was scheduled to arrive in player’s hands during spring.
Other Smash Bros. Ultimate Fighter Pass Volume 2 characters will eventually have their Amiibo versions, but it likely won’t arrive until 2023 or 2024.