For the past few years, Nintendo have released an assortment of Metroid Amiibos, and with the recently released Metroid Dread comes the option to use these Metroid Amiibos in-game. Metroid Dread does support the use of Amiibos and can give players the advantage while exploring the planet SR388. we’ll go through which Amiibos you can use and what they’ll do!
How to use Amiibos in Metroid Dread
To use Amiibos in Metroid Dread is simple and can be done from the beginning of the game.
- To access the Amiibo menu, you will want to open up the options by using the “-” button on your Nintendo Switch.
- In the menu, there will be an Amiibo option, click it to open up the feature and tap the Amiibo to your switch to instantly unlock your boosts.
This menu can be accessed at literally any point during your gameplay section even if you are in the middle of fighting a boss.
All compatible Amiibos and their unlockables
Metroid Dread supports eight Amiibos. They’re all Metroid related, whether they were released for Super Smash Bros., the Metroid remake for 3DS and Metroid Dread itself. The more useful ones are the ones made to support the game, but each has their own special uses.
|Metroid Dread Samus||Receive an additional energy tank on the first use and regain 200 Health once every day.|
|Super Smash Bros. Samus||Regain 200 Health once every day.|
|Metroid Samus||Regain 200 Health once every day.|
|Ridley||Gain 30 Missiles once every day.|
|E.M.M.I||Receive an additional missile tank on the first use and Gain 30 Missiles once every day.|
|Zero Suit Samus||Regain 200 Health once every day.|
|Dark Samus||Gain 30 Missiles once every day.|
|Metroid||Gain 30 Missiles once every day.|