Jelly Deals: Dark Souls Solaire amiibo pre-orders available

Solaire it is.

It's that time again - time for pre-orders for another hotly anticipated amiibo to be set live and then inevitably sell out. Get your clicking fingers ready, because this time it's everyone's buddy Solaire from Dark Souls.


The Solaire amiibo was announced in the last Nintendo Direct. Both Dark Souls Remastered for Switch and the amiibo arrive on May 25th 2018, but you can be almost 100 per cent certain that pre-orders for this amiibo won't last until then. Amiibo tend to sell out months in advance, as evidenced by the Metroid amiibo most recently.

This little guy also unlocks the 'Praise the Sun' emote in-game earlier than you would normally unlock it. Because of course he does.

In short, grab a pre-order of this one while you can. It's listed at £12.99 currently, while the official stated price is £14.99 for non-Prime members. Orders will ship in May and payment is taken when the item ships, so you won't have to worry about shelling out for a little while. Good luck!

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