Nintendo of Europe has announced a delay for its £26 Metroid Dread amiibo, which will now arrive around a month after the game itself.
Metroid Dread will still release on 8th October, Nintendo confirmed, but the game’s amiibo 2-pack featuring Samus and an EMMI robot will now turn up later, on 5th November.
In a post on its Twitter account, Nintendo of Europe apologised for the holdup, which it blamed on “unforeseen shipping delays”.
It’s unfortunate, as the amiibo figurines are clearly designed to give players a helping hand when the game first launches.
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