Nintendo announced new amiibo figurines and the release date for Animal Crossing Amiibo Festival.

Nintendo announces new Animal Crossing Amiibo and Amiibo Festival release date

Nintendo announced new amiibo figurines and the release date for Animal Crossing Amiibo Festival.

Hop on the amiibo train and get ready to party because Nintendo is rolling out the toys in preparation for their new game.

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Animal Crossing Amiibo Festival will be released on November 13 in North America and November 20 in Europe. The game will come bundled with two amiibo characters, Isabelle and Digby, and 3 amiibo cards for $60 on the Wii U.

In addition to the figurines the game comes bundled with, the amiibo will also be sold separately or as a 3 pack featuring K.K. Slider, Reese, and Cyrus.

Nintendo also just announced 4 new amiibo toys that will be released and compatible with the game and they are: Blathers, Resetti, Kicks, and Celeste. There is no firm US release date for these figurines yet, but they are due out in Japan on December 17.

If you don’t know what Animal Crossing Amiibo Festival is, just imagine Animal Crossing meets Mario Party where all of the action is controlled by amiibo. Take a look at the trailer from back at E3.

Nintendo has said that much like the regular Animal Crossing games, Amiibo Festival will change according to the months, seasons, and time of day.


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