Xenoblade Chronicles 3 Noah and Mio amiibo now available for pre-order
The Nintendo Direct on September 14 was replete with announcements for upcoming games, but it also bestowed upon us release dates for several highly a...
The Nintendo Direct on September 14 was replete with announcements for upcoming games, but it also bestowed upon us release dates for several highly anticipated amiibo figures, including Noah and Mio from Xenoblade Chronicles 3, which were announced some time ago. Now, the Noah and Mio amiibo are available for pre-order as a dual pack through select retailers.
Noah and Mio are the two protagonists of Xenoblade Chronicles 3 and the only amiibo figures released thus far for this installment of the series. When Xenoblade Chronicles 3 was released, the price of Shulk's amiibo, the protagonist of the first game, quickly soared on platforms like eBay. Therefore, it is likely that the amiibo figures of Noah and Mio will also be in high demand.
The dual pack featuring Noah and Mio is being sold at a price just below $40, which is quite a good deal considering you get two figures for that amount. When you use the amiibo figures in your Xenoblade Chronicles 3 game, you unlock the outfits of N and M for Noah and Mio respectively, allowing you to portray the characters as their evil alter egos.
Xenoblade Chronicles 3 Noah And Mio Amiibo Twin Pack
The Noah and Mio amiibo figures from Xenoblade Chronicles 3 are available as a dual pack (who would want to separate this pair?). Both Noah and Mio showcase their distinctive poses, donning their primary outfits, and wielding their iconic weapons: Lucky Seven and the Dual Moonblades, respectively tailored to their characters.
The figures themselves exude intricate detailing, as one would expect from newer amiibo figures. Noah wields his distinctive sword, "Lucky Seven," while Mio holds her Dual Moonblades, both capturing their characteristic poses.
In addition to these Xenoblade Chronicles 3 amiibo, pre-orders have also been opened for Princess Zelda and Ganondorf from The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. However, these are available separately and not as a dual pack like Noah and Mio.