Splatoon 2 Amiibo Unlock Guide - Every Splatoon 2 Amiibo Unlockable Item

Splatoon 2 Amiibo Unlock Guide - Every Splatoon 2 Amiibo Unlockable Item

Here's all the tips and tricks you need to beat every boss in Splatoon 2, and dominate other Inklings in Turf War.

Every Splatoon 2 Amiibo unlocks different items that can be by your own Inkling character, in order to provide a variety of different bonuses and attributes. In this Splatoon 2 Amiibo guide, we'll be running down every Amiibo unlockable item in the game, as well as the bonuses that come with each specific item that can be equipped by your Inkling.

If this wasn't what you were after, or if you instead need help with any other areas of the game, then head over to our Splatoon 2 tips and tricks guide hub, featuring guides on how to beat every boss in the single player campaign, as well as how to dominate in the Turf War online mode.

Splatoon 2 All Amiibo Unlockable Items

For starters, it's not just the Splatoon 2 Amiibo that can be used with Splatoon 2, as you can also use the original Splatoon Amiibo, that released back with the original game on the Wii U in 2015. To use Amiibo in Splatoon 2, simply head to the giant Amiibo box in Inkopolis Square and interact with it, where you'll be prompted to scan a Splatoon Amiibo on your right joycon.

Splatoon 2 Inkling Boy Amiibo

The Splatoon 2 Inkling Boy Amiibo.

When you've scanned the Splatoon 2 Inkling Boy Amiibo, you'll immediately be given the Squinja Mask, Squinja Suit, and Squinja Shoes items. When equipped, these items will give you the Special Saver, Swimming Speed Boost, and Faster Respawn abilities, respectively.

Splatoon 2 Inkling Girl Amiibo

The Splatoon 2 Inkling Girl Amiibo.

When you scan the Splatoon 2 Inkling Girl Amiibo using the giant Amiibo box in Inkopolis Square, you'll be given the School Cardigan, Squid Clip-Ons, and the Fringed Loafers. The items listed will give you the Run Speed Up, Opening Gambit, and the Cold-Blooded abilities, each.

Splatoon 2 Inkling Squid Amiibo

The Splatoon 2 Amiibo of an Inkling in their squid form.

Scanning in the Splatoon 2 Inkling Squid Amiibo will give the player access to the Power Mask Mk 1, Power Armor Mk 1, and Power Boots Mk 1 items. Equipping these items on your own Inkling will give you the boosts of Ink Resistance Up, Ink Resistance Up (again), and Bomb Defence Up, respectively.

Splatoon Marie Amiibo

The Splatoon Amiibo of Marie, half of the Squid Sisters duo.

The bonus item set, this being the Armor Replica Outfit, can only be granted after you beat the main campaign of Splatoon 2. The bonus items for scanning in the Splatoon Marie Amiibo are the Armor Helmet Replica, Armor Jacket Replica, and Armor Boot Replica, which give the abilities of Tenacity, Ink Saver, and Special Charge Up.

Splatoon Callie Amiibo

The Splatoon Amiibo of Callie, the other half of the Squid Sisters duo.

Similar to the Marie Amiibo, the Hero Replica Outfit that unlocks with the Splatoon Callie Amiibo can only be accessed after you've beaten the main campaign of Splatoon 2. The Hero Headset Replica, Hero Replica Jacket, and Hero Runner Replica are all unlocked with the Callie Amiibo, and give the bonuses of Faster Swimming, Faster Running, and Faster Super Jump.

Splatoon Inkling Boy Amiibo

The Samurai Helmet, Samurai Jacket, and Samurai shoes are all unlocked as soon as you scan in the Inkling Boy Amiibo from the original Splatoon. These items give the bonuses of Special Charge Up, Special Power Increase, and Quick Super Jump bonuses.

Splatoon Inkling Girl Amiibo

Just like the Inkling Boy Amiibo, the Inkling Girl Amiibo from the original Splatoon can be used to gain bonus items in Splatoon 2. The items unlocked with this Amiibo are the School Hairclip, School Uniform, and School Shoes, which give the bonuses of Ink Saver, High Recovery Speed, and Faster Swimming, respectively.

Splatoon Inkling Squid Amiibo

Finally, scanning in the Splatoon Inkling Squid Amiibo from the original game will give you the Power Mask, Power Armor, and Power Boots items. These will give you the Faster Respawn, Higher Defence Against Bombs, and Ink Saver bonuses.

Why not check out some of the other guides we have on Splatoon 2 here at USgamer, including how to get started on Salmon Run, as well as the best weapons available in Splatoon 2.

We've detailed the unlockable bonus items from Splatoon 2 Amiibo here, but hopefully we haven't encouraged a spending spree on Splatoon Amiibo.

Hirun Cryer

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