All four seasons of the cards, which were first released for 3DS ‘Happy Home Designer game, will be restocked earlier this month at select Target stores in the US, Nintendo said on Friday.
Target stores are also offering the elusive Animal Crossing Sanrio collaboration packs for purchase at a suggested retail price of $ 5.99 each.
In Animal Crossing: New Horizons, amiibo cards can be used to invite residents to player islands.
Nintendo recently assured fans of Animal Crossing: New Horizons that more free content is in development.
Nintendo released the first New Horizons update in three months on July 29, adding weekly fireworks shows and new seasonal items.
The three-month wait for the new update had raised concerns from some gamers that support for the game was slowing down, but Nintendo’s message appears to be an attempt to allay these concerns.
“More free content for Animal Crossing: New Horizons is currently in development later this year,” he said. “More information will be shared in the future, so stay tuned. Thank you for your support and patience ”.
In other Animal Crossing news, sportswear firm Puma is set to collaborate with Nintendo on an Animal Crossing: New Horizons-themed line of items. Puma will release three different sets of Animal Crossing sneakers.