This is a guide to amiibo compatibility, and support in Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity for the Nintendo Switch. Read on to learn the game's amiibo functionality and see what rewards you can get from scanning them!
List of Contents
All amiibos, including non-Zelda themed amiibo, can be used to claim rewards in the game. Each amiibo can only be scanned once and total of five amiibos can be scanned once per day.
|1||Select amiibo on the Title Screen|
|2||Tap the amiibo on the NFC Touchpoint to scan it|
On the title screen, select amiibo to start scanning.
On this screen, tap the amiibo on the NFC Touchpoint. If you are using Joy-Con controllers, you can tap it on the right Joy-Con controller.
After successfully scanning an amiibo, you'll receive either a weapon or an assortment of materials.
Note that unlike Breath of the Wild, where Zelda-themed amiibos would occasionally drop exclusive weapons or armor, amiibos in Age of Calamity do not have exclusive weapons or outfits associated with scanning them. However, since the materials and weapons are useful for both weapon fusing and Quests, it's a good idea to scan five daily to farm them!
If you close the game after scanning and before playing, and then the date you were playing changes, you will receive a prompt reminder that the rewards have not yet collected from the previous scan. Select Yes to keep all the rewards received.
After collecting your new gear, you can return to the menu screen and scan again!
You can collect scanned weapons and materials from amiibos and sell them for easy money. If you have reached the five amiibo daily limit, you can change the date to continue scanning for materials and weapons.
Some of the amiibo drops include weapons with seals that can be useful for fusing and upgrading weapons.
Scanning amiibos usually drops materials in large quantities that can be used to unlock Quests or cook food before a battle or challenge.
It was confirmed via a tweet through Nintendo of America that the amiibo of the four playable Champions would be re-released alongside with Age of Calamity on 11/20. As these were quite popular during their inital run, be sure to get yours while supplies last!
|Gameplay and Controls|
|How to Perform a Weak-Point Smash||How to Perform a Flurry Rush|
|Parrying Guide: Who Can Parry?||Controls and Controller Options|
|Restoring Hearts: How to Heal||How to Change Characters|
|Sheikah Runes Guide||How to Use Rods|
|Blood Moon Rewards and How to Unlock|
|Tips and Tricks|
|Korok Seed Locations||Treasure Chest Locations|
|Rupee Farming Guide||EXP Farming Guide|
|Weapon Fusion Guide||How to Use the Sheikah Sensor|
|What to Do With Rusty Weapons||How to Break Korok Balloons|
|How to Remove Weapon Seals||How to Unlock the Secret Ending|
|How to Unlock Hidden Seals||How to Use the Korok Sensor|
|Weapon Farming Guide||100 Percent Rewards and Guide|
|Combat Tips and Techniques||All Secrets and Unlockables|
|How to Jump and Use the Paraglider||Best Items to Sell|
|How to Catch Blupees||List of Upgrades|
|List of Multiplayer Features||Difference Between Difficulty Modes|
|amiibo Support and Rewards||How to Save|
|Expansion Pass Contents||Is Age of Calamity Canon?|
|Is Age of Calamity Open World?||How Long is Age of Calamity?|
|Version 1.2.0 Patch Notes and How to Update||Is There a New Game Plus?||How to Change Language Settings||Frame Rate Issues and How to Fix|
The Like Feature
You can save a comment for later by giving it a Like.
As a member:Get access to several features!
amiibo Support | amiibo Rewards and How to Use
Pokemon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl (BDSP) Guide & Walkthrough Wiki
Genshin Impact Guide & Walkthrough Wiki
Shin Megami Tensei V Guide & Walkthrough Wiki
Animal Crossing: New Horizons (Switch) Wiki Guide
Pokémon Sword and Shield Guide & Walkthrough Wiki
Pokemon UNITE Guide & Walkthrough Wiki
Monster Hunter Rise | MHR (MH Rise) Guide & Walkthrough Wiki
Fire Emblem Heroes (FEH) Guide & Walkthrough Wiki
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Guide & Walkthrough Wiki
Tales of Arise Guide & Walkthrough Wiki
© Nintendo © KOEI TECMO GAMES All rights reserved. Licensed by Nintendo.
The copyrights of videos of games used in our content and other intellectual property rights belong to the provider of the game.
The contents we provide on this site were created personally by members of the Game8 editorial department.
We refuse the right to reuse or repost content taken without our permission such as data or images to other sites.