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Other amiibo series are compatible, and scanning them introduces exclusive characters and items. For example, ''Splatoon'' amiibo will bring [[Inkwell]], [[Cece]], or [[Viché]] into the game, as well a series of Splatoon-themed furniture and clothing items. Amiibo from the ''Legend of Zelda'' series have also been confirmed to work, adding [[Medli]], [[Ganon]], [[Epona]], or [[W. Link]]. Japan-exclusive amiibo of ''Monster Hunter Stories'' are also known to be compatible, and appear to add [[Felyne]]. Six other new amiibo cards which add villagers from a crossover promotion with Sanrio are also to be released in Europe and Japan, though no news has been revealed about an American release.
 
Other amiibo series are compatible, and scanning them introduces exclusive characters and items. For example, ''Splatoon'' amiibo will bring [[Inkwell]], [[Cece]], or [[Viché]] into the game, as well a series of Splatoon-themed furniture and clothing items. Amiibo from the ''Legend of Zelda'' series have also been confirmed to work, adding [[Medli]], [[Ganon]], [[Epona]], or [[W. Link]]. Japan-exclusive amiibo of ''Monster Hunter Stories'' are also known to be compatible, and appear to add [[Felyne]]. Six other new amiibo cards which add villagers from a crossover promotion with Sanrio are also to be released in Europe and Japan, though no news has been revealed about an American release.
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| style="background:#fff"| 001
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| style="background:#fff"| '''[[Vivian|{{Colorshow|444|Vivian}}]]'''
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|-
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| style="background:#fff; padding:3px;"| [[File:002 Hopkins NL amiibo card NA.png|75px]]
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| style="background:#fff"| 002
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| style="background:#fff"| '''[[Hopkins|{{Colorshow|444|Hopkins}}]]'''
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|-
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| style="background:#fff; padding:3px;"| [[File:003 June NL amiibo card NA.png|75px]]
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| style="background:#fff"| 003
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| style="background:#fff"| '''[[June|{{Colorshow|444|June}}]]'''
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|-
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| style="background:#fff; padding:3px;"| [[File:004 Piper NL amiibo card NA.png|75px]]
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| style="background:#fff"| 004
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| style="background:#fff"| '''[[Piper|{{Colorshow|444|Piper}}]]'''
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|-
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| style="background:#fff; padding:3px;"| [[File:005 Paolo NL amiibo card NA.png|75px]]
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| style="background:#fff"| 005
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| style="background:#fff"| '''[[Paolo|{{Colorshow|444|Paolo}}]]'''
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|-
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| style="background:#fff; padding:3px;"| [[File:006 Hornsby NL amiibo card NA.png|75px]]
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| style="background:#fff"| 006
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| style="background:#fff"| '''[[Hornsby|{{Colorshow|444|Hornsby}}]]'''
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|-
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| style="background:#fff; padding:3px;"| [[File:007 Stella NL amiibo card NA.png|75px]]
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| style="background:#fff"| 007
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| style="background:#fff"| '''[[Stella|{{Colorshow|444|Stella}}]]'''
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|-
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| style="background:#fff; padding:3px;"| [[File:008 Tybalt NL amiibo card NA.png|75px]]
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| style="background:#fff"| 008
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| style="background:#fff"| '''[[Tybalt|{{Colorshow|444|Tybalt}}]]'''
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|-
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| style="background:#fff; padding:3px;"| [[File:009 Huck NL amiibo card NA.png|75px]]
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| style="background:#fff"| 009
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| style="background:#fff"| '''[[Huck|{{Colorshow|444|Huck}}]]'''
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|-
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| style="background:#fff; padding:3px;"| [[File:010 Sylvana NL amiibo card NA.png|75px]]
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| style="background:#fff"| 010
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| style="background:#fff"| '''[[Sylvana|{{Colorshow|444|Sylvana}}]]'''
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|-
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| style="background:#fff; padding:3px;"| [[File:011 Boris NL amiibo card NA.png|75px]]
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| style="background:#fff"| 011
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| style="background:#fff"| '''[[Boris|{{Colorshow|444|Boris}}]]'''
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|-
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| style="background:#fff; padding:3px;"| [[File:012 Wade NL amiibo card NA.png|75px]]
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| style="background:#fff"| 012
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| style="background:#fff"| '''[[Wade|{{Colorshow|444|Wade}}]]'''
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|-
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| style="background:#fff; padding:3px;"| [[File:013 Carrie NL amiibo card NA.png|75px]]
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| style="background:#fff"| 013
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| style="background:#fff"| '''[[Carrie|{{Colorshow|444|Carrie}}]]'''
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|-
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| style="background:#fff; padding:3px;"| [[File:014 Ketchup NL amiibo card NA.png|75px]]
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| style="background:#fff"| 014
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| style="background:#fff"| '''[[Ketchup|{{Colorshow|444|Ketchup}}]]'''
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|-
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| style="background:#fff; padding:3px;"| [[File:015 Rex NL amiibo card NA.png|75px]]
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| style="background:#fff"| 015
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| style="background:#fff"| '''[[Rex|{{Colorshow|444|Rex}}]]'''
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|-
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| style="background:#fff; padding:3px;"| [[File:016 Stu NL amiibo card NA.png|75px]]
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| style="background:#fff"| 016
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| style="background:#fff"| '''[[Stu|{{Colorshow|444|Stu}}]]'''
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|-
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| style="background:#fff; padding:3px;"| [[File:017 Ursala NL amiibo card NA.png|75px]]
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| style="background:#fff"| 017
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| style="background:#fff"| '''[[Ursala|{{Colorshow|444|Ursala}}]]'''
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|-
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| style="background:#fff; padding:3px;"| [[File:018 Jacob NL amiibo card NA.png|75px]]
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| style="background:#fff"| 018
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| style="background:#fff"| '''[[Jacob|{{Colorshow|444|Jacob}}]]'''
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|-
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| style="background:#fff; padding:3px;"| [[File:019 Maddie NL amiibo card NA.png|75px]]
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| style="background:#fff"| 019
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| style="background:#fff"| '''[[Maddie|{{Colorshow|444|Maddie}}]]'''
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|-
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| style="background:#fff; padding:3px;"| [[File:020 Billy NL amiibo card NA.png|75px]]
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| style="background:#fff"| 020
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| style="background:#fff"| '''[[Billy|{{Colorshow|444|Billy}}]]'''
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|-
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| style="background:#fff; padding:3px;"| [[File:021 Boyd NL amiibo card NA.png|75px]]
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| style="background:#fff"| 021
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| style="background:#fff"| '''[[Boyd|{{Colorshow|444|Boyd}}]]'''
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|-
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| style="background:#fff; padding:3px;"| [[File:022 Bitty NL amiibo card NA.png|75px]]
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| style="background:#fff"| 022
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| style="background:#fff"| '''[[Bitty|{{Colorshow|444|Bitty}}]]'''
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|-
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| style="background:#fff; padding:3px;"| [[File:023 Maggie NL amiibo card NA.png|75px]]
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| style="background:#fff"| 023
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| style="background:#fff"| '''[[Maggie|{{Colorshow|444|Maggie}}]]'''
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|-
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| style="background:#fff; padding:3px;"| [[File:024 Murphy NL amiibo card NA.png|75px]]
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| style="background:#fff"| 024
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| style="background:#fff"| '''[[Murphy|{{Colorshow|444|Murphy}}]]'''
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|-
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| style="background:#fff; padding:3px;"| [[File:025 Plucky NL amiibo card NA.png|75px]]
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| style="background:#fff"| 025
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| style="background:#fff"| '''[[Plucky|{{Colorshow|444|Plucky}}]]'''
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|-
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| style="background:#fff; padding:3px;"| [[File:026 Sandy NL amiibo card NA.png|75px]]
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| style="background:#fff"| 026
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| style="background:#fff"| '''[[Sandy|{{Colorshow|444|Sandy}}]]'''
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|-
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| style="background:#fff; padding:3px;"| [[File:027 Claude NL amiibo card NA.png|75px]]
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| style="background:#fff"| 027
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| style="background:#fff"| '''[[Claude|{{Colorshow|444|Claude}}]]'''
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|-
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| style="background:#fff; padding:3px;"| [[File:028 Raddle NL amiibo card NA.png|75px]]
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| style="background:#fff"| 028
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| style="background:#fff"| '''[[Raddle|{{Colorshow|444|Raddle}}]]'''
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|-
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| style="background:#fff; padding:3px;"| [[File:029 Julia NL amiibo card NA.png|75px]]
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| style="background:#fff"| 029
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| style="background:#fff"| '''[[Julia|{{Colorshow|444|Julia}}]]'''
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|-
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| style="background:#fff; padding:3px;"| [[File:030 Louie NL amiibo card NA.png|75px]]
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| style="background:#fff"| 030
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| style="background:#fff"| '''[[Louie|{{Colorshow|444|Louie}}]]'''
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| style="background:#fff; padding:3px;"| [[File:031 Bea NL amiibo card NA.png|75px]]
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| style="background:#fff"| 031
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| style="background:#fff"| '''[[Bea|{{Colorshow|444|Bea}}]]'''
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| style="background:#fff; padding:3px;"| [[File:032 Admiral NL amiibo card NA.png|75px]]
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| style="background:#fff"| 032
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| style="background:#fff"| '''[[Admiral|{{Colorshow|444|Admiral}}]]'''
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|-
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| style="background:#fff; padding:3px;"| [[File:033 Ellie NL amiibo card NA.png|75px]]
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| style="background:#fff"| 033
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| style="background:#fff"| '''[[Ellie|{{Colorshow|444|Ellie}}]]'''
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| style="background:#fff; padding:3px;"| [[File:034 Boots NL amiibo card NA.png|75px]]
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| style="background:#fff"| 034
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| style="background:#fff"| '''[[Boots|{{Colorshow|444|Boots}}]]'''
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|-
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| style="background:#fff; padding:3px;"| [[File:035 Weber NL amiibo card NA.png|75px]]
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| style="background:#fff"| 035
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| style="background:#fff"| '''[[Weber|{{Colorshow|444|Weber}}]]'''
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|-
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| style="background:#fff; padding:3px;"| [[File:036 Candi NL amiibo card NA.png|75px]]
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| style="background:#fff"| 036
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| style="background:#fff"| '''[[Candi|{{Colorshow|444|Candi}}]]'''
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|-
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| style="background:#fff; padding:3px;"| [[File:037 Leopold NL amiibo card NA.png|75px]]
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| style="background:#fff"| 037
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| style="background:#fff"| '''[[Leopold|{{Colorshow|444|Leopold}}]]'''
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|-
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| style="background:#fff; padding:3px;"| [[File:038 Spike NL amiibo card NA.png|75px]]
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| style="background:#fff"| 038
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| style="background:#fff"| '''[[Spike|{{Colorshow|444|Spike}}]]'''
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|-
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| style="background:#fff; padding:3px;"| [[File:039 Cashmere NL amiibo card NA.png|75px]]
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| style="background:#fff"| 039
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| style="background:#fff"| '''[[Cashmere|{{Colorshow|444|Cashmere}}]]'''
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|-
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| style="background:#fff; padding:3px;"| [[File:040 Tad NL amiibo card NA.png|75px]]
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| style="background:#fff"| 040
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| style="background:#fff"| '''[[Tad|{{Colorshow|444|Tad}}]]'''
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|-
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| style="background:#fff; padding:3px;"| [[File:041 Norma NL amiibo card NA.png|75px]]
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| style="background:#fff"| 041
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| style="background:#fff"| '''[[Norma|{{Colorshow|444|Norma}}]]'''
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|-
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| style="background:#fff; padding:3px;"| [[File:042 Gonzo NL amiibo card NA.png|75px]]
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| style="background:#fff"| 042
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| style="background:#fff"| '''[[Gonzo|{{Colorshow|444|Gonzo}}]]'''
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|-
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| style="background:#fff; padding:3px;"| [[File:043 Sprocket NL amiibo card NA.png|75px]]
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| style="background:#fff"| 043
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| style="background:#fff"| '''[[Sprocket|{{Colorshow|444|Sprocket}}]]'''
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|-
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| style="background:#fff; padding:3px;"| [[File:044 Snooty NL amiibo card NA.png|75px]]
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| style="background:#fff"| 044
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| style="background:#fff"| '''[[Snooty (villager)|{{Colorshow|444|Snooty}}]]'''
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|-
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| style="background:#fff; padding:3px;"| [[File:045 Olive NL amiibo card NA.png|75px]]
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| style="background:#fff"| 045
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| style="background:#fff"| '''[[Olive|{{Colorshow|444|Olive}}]]'''
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|-
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| style="background:#fff; padding:3px;"| [[File:046 Dobie NL amiibo card NA.png|75px]]
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| style="background:#fff"| 046
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| style="background:#fff"| '''[[Dobie|{{Colorshow|444|Dobie}}]]'''
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|-
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| style="background:#fff; padding:3px;"| [[File:047 Buzz NL amiibo card NA.png|75px]]
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| style="background:#fff"| 047
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| style="background:#fff"| '''[[Buzz|{{Colorshow|444|Buzz}}]]'''
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|-
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| style="background:#fff; padding:3px;"| [[File:048 Cleo NL amiibo card NA.png|75px]]
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| style="background:#fff"| 048
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| style="background:#fff"| '''[[Cleo|{{Colorshow|444|Cleo}}]]'''
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| style="background:#fff; padding:3px;"| [[File:049 Ike NL amiibo card NA.png|75px]]
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| style="background:#fff"| 049
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| style="background:#fff"| '''[[Ike|{{Colorshow|444|Ike}}]]'''
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|-
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| style="background:#fff; padding:3px;"| [[File:050 Tasha NL amiibo card NA.png|75px]]
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| style="background:#fff"| 050
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| style="background:#fff"| '''[[Tasha|{{Colorshow|444|Tasha}}]]'''
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Revision as of 03:39, November 12, 2016


Animal Crossing New Leaf Welcome amiibo logo.png
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Developer(s) Nintendo EPD
Publisher(s) Nintendo
Platform(s) Nintendo 3DS
Release date(s) Update patch:
JPEUNA November 2, 2016
Retail:
JP November 23, 2016
EU November 25, 2016
NA December 2, 2016
Ratings CERO: A
ESRB: E[1]
PEGI: 3[2]
Media 3DS Game Card and eShop download

Animal Crossing: New Leaf - Welcome amiibo is an updated version of the Nintendo 3DS title Animal Crossing: New Leaf with additional content, mainly the inclusion of amiibo support. This is the first major update released for the game, arriving four years after the game's initial launch in 2012. The update was released worldwide on November 2, 2016 via the Nintendo eShop as a free digital download for existing New Leaf players. In addition, the update is included on physical retail Game Cards released on November 23, 2016 in Japan, November 25, 2016 in Europe, and December 2, 2016 in North America. The Japanese and European releases include one free amiibo card with every copy.

Announcements

The update was first announced on Nintendo's official Japanese website on July 2, 2016.[3] It was later reaffirmed and announced for Western release via the September 1, 2016 Nintendo Direct.[4]

On November 2, Nintendo released an official trailer[5] and revealed additional information via a Nintendo Direct focused on the update.[6]

Features

amiibo and new villagers

Monique moves to a player's town after her amiibo is scanned.

Welcome amiibo introduces amiibo compatibility to the game. Amiibo from the Animal Crossing series, as well as amiibo from several other Nintendo franchises, are compatible.

Villagers can be brought into New Leaf by summoning Wisp, who will prompt them to to scan a character's amiibo to make him to transform into them. Once summoned, the villager will set up camp in a new campground managed by a new special character, Harvey. At that point, the player can invite the villager to live in their town.

50 villagers from Animal Crossing and Doubutsu no Mori e+ who were absent in New Leaf and later entries also return to the series with this update. On November 11th, 50 new amiibo cards will be released featuring these 50 new villagers.

Other amiibo series are compatible, and scanning them introduces exclusive characters and items. For example, Splatoon amiibo will bring Inkwell, Cece, or Viché into the game, as well a series of Splatoon-themed furniture and clothing items. Amiibo from the Legend of Zelda series have also been confirmed to work, adding Medli, Ganon, Epona, or W. Link. Japan-exclusive amiibo of Monster Hunter Stories are also known to be compatible, and appear to add Felyne. Six other new amiibo cards which add villagers from a crossover promotion with Sanrio are also to be released in Europe and Japan, though no news has been revealed about an American release.

amiibo Camera

Players will be able place villagers into photographs they take with their console's camera.[7] The update also includes new items, many of which were introduced in Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer.[8] The player can also connect with their Happy Home Designer data if they own the game, which unlocks more new giant furniture.

Campground

A new Campground has been built in town, and is located on the eastern or western cliffs of town (depending on town orientation) and is managed by Harvey. Every day an RV will appear in the campground, with a special character inside. A second RV will appear when a Welcome amiibo villager is scanned. Unique and hard to obtain items can be purchased from Harvey or the campers using MEOW Coupons.

Town Initiatives

Town Initiatives are daily objectives that can be completed to receive MEOW Coupons, which is the currency used in the Campground. A CAT Machine has been added outside of Town Hall, and allows the player to receive MEOW Coupons after completing initiatives. The initiatives range from simple tasks such as donating fish, and planting trees, to more involved objectives such as spending a large amount of bells on a single purchase. They can be viewed on the TPC screen of the menu, where the completion time will also be listed.

Home improvements

A new house expansion, a Secret Storeroom, can be purchased from Nook's Homes for 158,000 Bells. Accessed from the touch screen, it provides a vast amount of additional storage space that can hold up to 360 items. The storeroom's inventory is separate from the existing 180-capacity locker space, but can only be accessed while inside the player's house.

After purchasing the expansion, Tom Nook will introduce the player to Lottie. She will demonstrate how to arrange furniture using the touch screen, similarly to Happy Home Designer. After the tutorial is completed, the feature will be unlocked for use in the player's house, making it easier to arrange furniture and stack items.

In addition, clothes can now be displayed on the walls of a house, just as they can in Happy Home Designer.

Sell Town

When opting to rebuild a town, the player can now sell the town to Tom Nook for a large amount of bells that can be transferred to help create a new town. The player's catalogue can optionally be sold for additional funds, or transferred to the new town. The funds can either be received as a lump sum, or in small daily instalments with additional interest payments of 10%.

Selling a town is only possible if the town has a prestige level of 3. This can be determined by the growth stage of the Town Tree (50 days and 50 hours). Public Works Projects that have been requested by villagers in the old town will automatically be available to construct in the new town.

Minigames

The update includes two new minigames, Animal Crossing Puzzle League and Desert Island Escape. These can be played by activating a Nintendo 3DS XL/New Nintendo 3DS XL or a Wii U piece of furniture, respectively. High scores at these games reward the player with exclusive furniture and clothing sets.

Gameplay changes

Interface

  • Screenshots can now be shared to Facebook and Twitter directly from a dedicated button on the touch screen.
  • The TPC menu has been divided into tabs. One tab displays Town Initiatives while the other displays the TPC.
  • The 'Friends in Town' button is now a darker green color.
  • The text box when loading and saving now has a light blue border, instead of cyan, and a dark blue background.
  • Fruit can now be stacked while in the storage interface.
  • The storage interface will remember the last viewed page for each tab instead of resetting to the first page.
  • The search function of the catalog machine has been improved with keyword support, and no longer requires exact search terms to find items.

Furniture

  • Many new Fortune Cookie items are available, including a Wii U and New Nintendo 3DS.
  • Floating balloon presents now contain items outside of the Balloon Series once the full series has been obtained.
  • Cushions now function as chairs, and can be placed on top of other chairs.
  • Stools now also function as tables.
  • Many new objects, including two-tile items, can now be placed on tables.
  • The Sprinkler and Lawn Mower can now be ordered from the catalog machine.
  • On the date of the town's anniversary, the player will receive a miniature model of the plaza tree

Interactivity

  • Players and villagers can sit on rocks.
  • Players can shake trees while holding a Watering Can, Fishing Rod, Net, Slingshot, and Megaphone.
  • Players can interact with items in front of them while sitting down.
  • Players can perform a short dance when interacting with the campfire Public Works Project.
  • Players will pose in a fighting stance when interacting with a Judge's Bell.
  • Beans that are thrown on the ground in the Campground or Main Street will now attract nearby birds, who will land on the ground and eat them.
  • Club Tortimer now has a mute function, which allows the player to hide other players' text.

Miscellaneous

  • Existing Dream Addresses are not compatible with the update. A new address must be generated at the Dream Suite to share a Dream Town, and addresses now contain letters in addition to numbers.
  • Villagers can now move out up to 10 days after announcing to the player that they are leaving town, instead of the previous 5 day period.
  • New villagers who move into town can no longer build their houses on top of ground designs. If there is insufficient space for a villager house to be placed, they will not move in.
  • An increased amount of former villagers and current villagers now appear on Main Street.
  • Scanning a Villager's amiibo will bypass the 16 former villager limit, and allow that villager to move back into town.
  • Villagers can be invited to town from Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer, and their house will feature the layout as designed by the player in that game.
  • The filter used on custom designs is no longer used on designs placed on the ground, but is now used on designs used as wallpaper.
  • Using a Mii Mask now changes the player's skintone to match.
  • Fertilizer can now revive dead Perfect Fruit trees. Leif will mail a free sample to the player.
  • Cyrus will wave at the player when retrieving an item that has been customized at Re-Tail.
  • The lights of the Happy Home Showcase sign are now much brighter and a cold white light, instead of a warm white light.
  • Timmy and Tommy no longer explain how to use Wrapping Paper every time the player purchases it. They will now only give the explanation the very first time it's purchased.
  • Placement restrictions for certain Public Works Projects have been altered so that they can be placed closer to immovable structures than before.

External links

References