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Animal Crossing: preview of the latest amiibo cards (only compatible with New Leaf), LINE stickers

Yesterday, Nintendo released a substantial update for Animal Crossing: New Leaf, adding quite a lot of new content to the game. And today, Nintendo released some new Animal Crossing amiibo cards:

  • the Animal Crossing: New Leaf – Welcome amiibo set (already out in Japan, releasing on November 25th in Europe, and December 2nd in North America)
  • the Sanrio collaboration cards (already out in Japan, releasing on November 25th in Japan).

The official portal of the Animal Crossing series (in Japan) reveals that those cards are only compatible with Animal Crossing: New Leaf – Welcome amiibo (update and retail version). You will not be able to use them with Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer or Animal Crossing: amiibo Festival.

The portal also provides us with a preview of every single card from that 5th series, along with the 6 Sanrio collaboration cards (already previewed in this post). Click here and hover your mouse on each of the card to see the preview!

This 5th series of Animal Crossing amiibo cards features the following animals: Vivian, Hopkins, June, Piper, Paol, Hornsby, Stella, Tybalt, Huck, Sylvana, Boris, Wade, Carroe, Ketchup, Rex, Stu, Ursala, Jakey, Maddie, Billy, Boyd, Bitty, Maggie, Murphy, Plucky, Sandy, Claude, Raddle, Julia, Louie, Bea, Admiral, Ellie, Boots, Weber, Candi, Leopold, Spike, Cashmere, Tad, Norma, Gonzo, Sproclet, Snooty, Olive, Dobie, Buzz, CleoIke, and Tasha.

And as announced during the Animal Crossing Direct yesterday (in Japan), some new Animal Crossing stickers are available on LINE (it’s the second set, the first one was released back in September 2015).

The Animal Crossing 15th Anniversary set costs:

  • 100 coins
  • 240 Yen
  • 1.99€
  • £1.49
  • $1.99

You can click here to buy them (via the LINE app).

Finally, here’s some more screenshots and illustrations for the Welcome amiibo update:

Source: Nintendo


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