Attention Xenoblade Chronicles enthusiasts! Take advantage of this exciting offer and grab the captivating Noah and Mio Amiibo set for a budget-friendly price of $40. Available at a variety of reputable retailers, this must-have collection is a perfect addition to your gaming experience. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to enhance your Xenoblade Chronicles adventure with these delightful Amiibo characters. Get yours now and embark on an unforgettable journey!

Amiibo collectors and Xenoblade Chronicles fans will be happy to know that the brand-new Noah and Mio two-pack has been restocked after selling out quickly at launch. The $40 set featuring Noah and Mio from Xenoblade Chronicles 3 released January 19 and is currently available to purchase at GameStop. Meanwhile, the set has been going in and out of stock at Amazon.

Xenoblade Chronicles 3 – Noah + Mio Amiibo — $40

At $40, this two-pack is pricier than the average Amiibo–they usually go for $16 individually or $30 for a set of two. That said, if you’re a big Xenoblade Chronicles fan, it should be noted that the set is more likely to go up in price via resellers than down. Most Amiibo figures sell out around launch and then are tough to find at retail price unless Nintendo decides to reprint them.

Noah and Mio are the stars of Xenoblade Chronicles 3, the final entry in Monolith Soft’s revered action-RPG trilogy. The series is commonly regarded as one of the best among modern RPGs, and Xenoblade Chronicle 3 capped off the epic tale in style. It earned an 8/10 in GameSpot’s Xenoblade Chronicles 3 review.

As mentioned, it’s often tough to find Amiibo figures in stock in the weeks and months after their release dates. Amiibo collectors looking to expand their collection do have a few options right now that are available for retail or close to retail price. GameStop has the recently released Tears of the Kingdom Zelda Amiibo in stock for $16, and you can get the Tears of the Kingdom Link figure for $22 at Amazon (retail price is $16). Randomly, you can also buy an old Bowser Amiibo for $16 at Amazon. Meanwhile, Metroid fans can snag the Metroid Dread two-pack for $28.

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