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Piranha Plant Is “Scheduled For A February 2019 Release” For Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

There have been plenty of indicators that Piranha Plant would soon be available to play in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, but if it wasn’t official yet, it is most certainly official now. This is because Nintendo a released an in-game reminder about the characters. The reminder mentions that Piranha Plant is “scheduled for a February 2019 release”. Piranha Plant’s amiibo will also be released in February.

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  1. It’ll take a backseat to my Kingdom Hearts series playthrough (I’m nearly finished with Sora’s story in Chain of Memories) on PS4, but I’m gonna play Smash Ultimate a couple more times again just for this guy when he finally releases.

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    1. I never thought I’d ever be this excited for a common enemy to be a playable fighter in Smash before. Now I want to fucking play a god damn Metroid!

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      1. Really? This is what Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is going to give after Valentines day is over? Yeah, I heard Piranha Plant will be available starting Feb. 15. I hope I’m not overthinking but I feel like Piranha Plant is meant for those who gave up Feb. 14 for Nintendo Switch. Haha.

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      1. Of the ones I’ve played so far, Kingdom Hearts 2 hasn’t been topped yet, but I’m highly expecting KH3 to do just that. Of course, my opinion may change before I even get to KH3 if Birth by Sleep is able to top KH2.

        Awesome helmet, by the way!

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    1. I believe there is no download code. If you already registered your gold points to My Nintendo (or bought it digitally, which does it automatically), then you should automatically get Piranha Plant when it releases next month. Or maybe they’ll give us a code when it releases.

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      1. *tries to remember if I got this email & already put the code in* I hope so. *too busy to check* Guess I’ll find out when it releases.

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