The limited edition Animal Crossing Nintendo Switch is back in stock

Gaming

By Joel Franey,
Friday, 25 September 2020 15:57 GMT

The special island-themed Animal Crossing Nintendo Switch console is on sale, though likely not for long.

After quickly being all bought up around the time of the game’s release, Gamestop US has confirmed that the special limited edition Animal Crossing Nintendo Switch console is briefly back on sale. It initially went on sale back in January.

It features special blue and green Joy-Cons, an image of the Nook family proudly standing on the dock, and you can buy it bundled the download code for New Horizons itself, meaning that customers can ensure that their devotion to Animal Crossing doesn’t just end there.

Not only that, but Nintendo America has announced the full series of Animal Crossing Amiibo Cards are also making a comeback this November at select retailers. They’ve been extremely hard to find following the launch of the game, with many eBay stores selling them for extortionate prices. You can view the full list of compatible cards on the official Nintendo website.

Amiibo cards function similarly to regular amiibo, and specifically can be used with Animal Crossing: New Horizons to summon the associated characters to your islands, among other things. The cards are actually sold in random packs of six, similar to other trading cards, meaning you won’t be sure which new friends you’ve collected until you open your pack. However, with about four hundred to collect, you can be assured that you probably won’t get the same one twice.

While the Animal Crossing Nintendo Switch is currently available from Gamestop, more retailers should be getting stock in the coming days so keep eye on this page for the latest updates. Also, you can head to Jelly Deals to find out where to get every Animal Crossing amiibo and amiibo card around!

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