Animal Crossing: New Horizons Announces Series 5 Amiibo Card

Today was a wonderful Animal Crossing day. Nintendo Direct announces a paid DLC for Animal Crossing: New Horizons Happy Home Paradise, including an amazing announcement. One of the revelations that many fans may have overlooked is the fact that the Amiibo card that many have been waiting for is on the way.

The Amiibo card is a unique but special version of Amiibo with many followers. Unlike the standard version of the Amiibo figure, you can scan the card and use it in a specific Animal Crossing title. I've run out of Amiibo cards in the past, but now they're back and the Animal Crossing Series 5 package is ready. Today, Animal Crossing Amiibo Card was announced on the official Twitter account of Animal Crossing. Ready for November 5, 2021. This series features villagers and new characters that weren't available in the past. Tom Nook is part of Series 5, as are Raymond, Rio, Zoe, Dom, and Sasha. Many fans are waiting for the Amiibo Animal Crossing villagers because the connection between the game and the map itself can be creative. In the case of Amiibo, whether it's a standard figure or a map, some are about interacting with the game, others are about collecting the items themselves. With that in mind, the Series 5 Amiibo Animal Crossing cards are exciting in many ways.

Outside of Amiibo, news about Animal Crossing spread today. Nintendo Direct introduces new downloadable content and the latest Animal Crossing: New Horizons Free Update 2.0. Fans are looking forward to the revival of Tortimer, major changes to Harvs Island, Kappns boat tours, new NPCs, NookPhone updates, general improvements and more. Currently the second best-selling game on Switch and one of the best-selling games of the year, this game has a lot to do soon.
 
 

Meanwhile, Animal Crossing Nintendo Direct also emphasized information about the Nintendo Switch Online Expansion Pack, including the fact that players can get DLC "for free" at the time of subscription. The expansion pack includes N64 and SEGA Genesis titles and costs $ 49.99 a year, but in the future it will include Animal Crossing: New Horizons Happy Home Paradise as well as other DLC. there is a possibility.
Posted in Default Category on October 19 2021 at 06:58 PM

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