At the start of September 2021, Nintendo introduced that the primary 4 collection of the Animal Crossing amiibo playing cards can be again in inventory at Target. Now it revealed the fifth set within the collection, Welcome amiibo, on the Japanese Animal Crossing Twitter account. At this time, nonetheless, few different particulars have been given.

According to the tweet, extra info on the collection 5 amiibo playing cards will likely be coming quickly:

The Welcome amiibo set featured uncommon character playing cards from the Japanese-only title, Doubutsu no Mori e+, and included playing cards for characters akin to Hopkins, Julia, Ketchup, Louie, Raddle, Sprocket, and Sylvana.

Each collection to date has been 100 playing cards in whole. Every card pack contains 5 regular villagers and one particular NPC and is priced at $5.99 for each. No pricing for the Welcome amiibo collection packs has been confirmed in any area as of but. The playing cards themselves are supposed to work with video games akin to Animal Crossing: New Leaf (3DS), Animal Crossing: New Horizons (Switch), Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer (3DS), and Animal Crossing: amiibo Festival (Wii U).

The Animal Crossing amiibo card collection 1-4 was re-released in early September 2021 in North America, whereas the fifth collection set will likely be launched once more at an unknown date.