Nintendo launched its first full trailerwith a big, bold statement: Everyone is here. When the game was launched, players that had ever been in a Smash Bros. game ̵
Here's what's going on: Nintendo offers the Piranha work,as a free first deposit bonus for every player who buys Super Smash Bros. Ultimate before January 31 and registered. Unfortunately, that's not as easy as you might think – there are a few tires that you can jump through.
Players who have purchased a physical copy of the game must go into the options menu on their Nintendo Switch ($ 289 on Amazon) to register the game on Nintendo. Do so before January 31, and Nintendo will send an eShop redemption code for the character to the email address associated with your account.
Here is the complete process as described by Nintendo:
If you buy the retail version, you will need to register your game card at 11:59 am with My Nintendo. PT on January 31, 2019. Here are the steps:
1) First create a My Nintendo account on my.nintendo.com if you have not already.
2) Place the game card on a Nintendo Switch console and highlight the game icon in the HOME menu.
3) Press the + or – button to enter the software options menu.
4) Highlight "My Nintendo Rewards Program" and select "Collect Points" (Game Card Version Only) "to complete the process.
Players who digitally purchased the game should automatically register however, you will still need to check your e-mails for an e-shop redemption code that will work even if it arrives after the deadline, but does not sit too long: Piranha Plant's eShop codes will run on the 30th June 30, 2019.
At the time of this writing, the deadline for registering your copy is less than a week away, but Nintendo has made every effort to notify players, as noted in social media posts If you can not find the code in your email, you can also contact the customer service of the Nintendo eShop news channel and also pop-up announcements that appear when the player starts up Nintendo wend
You do not have Smash Bros. Ultimate yet? Then you will probably miss the free version of Piranha Plant, but Nintendo says the figure will be available later this year.