The Nintendo Switch Version of Diablo III is Bringing Us a Loot Goblin Amiibo

This amiibo will be exclusively available at GameStop and might offer some interesting in-game bonuses.

By Chris Morse

There have been some rumblings about whether the Nintendo Switch version of Diablo III will lead to us getting any amiibos from the series and it looks like that will indeed be the case. Before the official announcement, some fans noticed that one of the in-game tutorial popups demonstrated how to use an amiibo with each of the standard switch controllers. This pop-up showed what looked like a treasure goblin and was a big hint at an announcement to come, which we then received today.

The official social media accounts for Diablo announced today that a Loot Goblin amiibo is on the way and will arrive this December! This will be a GameStop exclusive and the announcement mentions a portal, which could hint that using the amiibo will grant the player access to The Vault and all of the riches that await within. Check out the full announcement below.

Regarding the portal, the official description for the product also mentions it, but does not specifically mention whether this amiibo opens access to the same Vault that Treasure Goblins in-game sometimes grant you access to. You can find the full description from GameStop below.

Where there are goblins, there is treasure to be found! Summon your own portal to untold riches with the exclusive Diablo Switch Loot Goblin amiibo

  • Features Treasure Goblin in unique Skin to Celebrate the Switch Launch for Diablo III
  • amiibo Features opens up a portal in game. More details to follow

Once again, the Loot Goblin amiibo will arrive this December and is a GameStop exclusive. If you want to place your order for one of these, head on over to the product page and get your order in while they're still available. Diablo III hits the Nintendo Switch tomorrow, November 2nd.

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Chris Morse

Thanks to friends and family, Chris grew up surrounded by plenty of horror movies and video games. From self-taught web design as a teenager to a formal education in computer science, he has always had a passion for web technologies and has channeled all of those interests into building this website platform. Chris opted to dive straight into horror with this project and is joined by some of those very same influential friends and family here on the staff. When not programming or gaming, you can find him heading to the midwest to cheer on his favorite football team, the Green Bay Packers. Go Pack Go!

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