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{{Game Update}}
 
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In 2016, four years after the game's original release in Japan, Nintendo announced a free major content update for ''New Leaf'' called ''Welcome amiibo'' to be released worldwide in November 2016.
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In 2016, three years after the release of the game, Nintendo announced a free major content update for ''New Leaf'' called ''Welcome amiibo'' to be released in November in Japan, and December in other regions.
  
 
''Welcome amiibo'' introduces [[amiibo]] compatibility to the game. Players can summon [[Wisp]], who will prompt them to to scan a character's amiibo to make him to transform into them. Villagers who are summoned can be invited to move into [[town]], and scanning special characters induces as-yet-unknown functionality. 50 villagers from {{PG}} and {{DnMe+}} who are absent in later entries return to the series with this update. They live in mobile homes found in a new RV park location, the [[Campground]], managed by a new [[Special Characters|special character]], [[Harvey]]. Scanning their amiibo will cause them to set up camp in the park, from where they can be invited to move into the town. Players can also buy furniture items from the RVs, using a new currency known as MEOW Coupons
 
''Welcome amiibo'' introduces [[amiibo]] compatibility to the game. Players can summon [[Wisp]], who will prompt them to to scan a character's amiibo to make him to transform into them. Villagers who are summoned can be invited to move into [[town]], and scanning special characters induces as-yet-unknown functionality. 50 villagers from {{PG}} and {{DnMe+}} who are absent in later entries return to the series with this update. They live in mobile homes found in a new RV park location, the [[Campground]], managed by a new [[Special Characters|special character]], [[Harvey]]. Scanning their amiibo will cause them to set up camp in the park, from where they can be invited to move into the town. Players can also buy furniture items from the RVs, using a new currency known as MEOW Coupons

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