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Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer hardware bundles announced

Nintendo has announced that they will celebrate Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer’s launch with new hardware bundle, New Nintendo 3DS cover plates and Series 1 Animal Crossing amiibo cards packs.

First up is the New Nintendo 3DS + Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer Pack, bundling a white New Nintendo 3DS system with a digital copy of Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer pre-installed on a 4GB microSD card, a unique set of cover plates that won’t be sold separately in Europe and one special amiibo card.

Next is the New Nintendo 3DS XL Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer Edition, which is a white New Nintendo 3DS XL system with a unique cover design inspired by the game, a digital copy of Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer (again pre-installed on a 4GB microSD card) and one special amiibo card.

Those with a Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo 3DS XL or Nintendo 2DS will be able to purchase the NFC Reader/Writer accessory from October 2nd, which will be available standalone and in the Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer + NFC Reader/Writer Pack. This will have a physical copy of Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer, one special amiibo card and the NFC Reader/Writer accessory.

New Nintendo 3DS cover plates featuring K.K. Slider (No. 5), Isabelle (No. 6) and a variety of animals from the Animal Crossing series (No. 27) will also launch, as well as Series 1 Animal Crossing amiibo cards Packs – which each contain 1 special amiibo card and 2 regular amiibo cards.

Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer will release exclusively for Nintendo 3DS in Japan on July 30th, in North America on September 25th, and in Europe on October 2nd.

2 Comments

2 Comments

  1. KC

    August 2, 2015 at 4:34 am

    Is the US getting the 3DS XL HHD edition? ;~;

    • Alex Seedhouse

      August 2, 2015 at 1:01 pm

      We don’t know as yet, but I’m sure Nintendo of America will make an announcement soon!

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