Super Smash Bros. Ultimate LIED?!

Clickbait titles aside, we’re here today for a rather short post — that is, at least by our standards. When Super Smash Bros. Ultimate was first announced in March 2018, we weren’t sure if it was going to include amiibo support. By that point, most of us trainers had raised quite a few characters in Super Smash Bros. 4. Eventually – and fortunately for us – Ultimate was revealed to include amiibo training support after all! And you could “transfer” your Smash 4 amiibo to Ultimate, supposedly retaining its training data in the process.

Well, as it turns out, this isn’t true at all! When you transfer a Smash 4 amiibo to Ultimate, all of its prior training data is completely removed. What you wind up with is a blank Level 12 amiibo (assuming the FP you transferred was Level 50 in Smash 4). Transferring between games isn’t a reversible process, so in other words, you’re pretty much erasing your Smash 4 training for nothing in return. If you’ve got well-trained Smash 4 amiibo, leave them as-is! Transferring them to Ultimate is almost exactly the same as resetting them. It doesn’t even attempt to keep their stats and bonuses!

In short, try your best to leave your Smash 4 amiibo in Smash 4. You’re better off just resetting the FP if anything, because that’ll give you a few more levels to train it (even though they still learn after Level 50). I figured this was an interesting note, because Ultimate clearly states that it will “transfer the FP’s memories”. If there’s something I’m not quite seeing regarding the transfer process, I’ll be sure to update this post!

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