In our Animal Crossing Series 5 Amiibo Cards – How to Use Amiibo Cards ACNH Happy Home Paradise guide, we’re going to cover several things. First off, we’re going to discuss the Series 5 amiibo cards and all the details we know about them so far. Then, we’re going to cover how to use the amiibo cards (and amiibo in general) in the new Happy Home Paradise DLC, because it changes some stuff. So, with all that said, let’s begin.
Animal Crossing Series 5 Amiibo Cards
The Animal Crossing Series 5 amiibo cards are already out of stock at time of writing, so you’re gonna have to wait a while for Nintendo to make more. Here’s the store page, just so you can keep tabs. There are forty-eight new cards to collect, with every pack containing six cards plus a random card for free. Some of the characters included in the new cards are Wilbur, Orville, C.J., Raymond, Judy, Harvey, Wisp, Flick, Daisy Mae, Cyd, Cephalobot, Shino, Quinn, Chabwick, Zoe, Tom Nook, and many, many others. By the way, each pack costs six bucks, and of course, the cards you get are completely random, so good luck if you’re planning on getting them all.
How to Use Amiibo Cards & Unlock Amiibo Support in ACNH Happy Home Paradise
To use the Series 5 amiibo cards in Animal Crossing and unlock amiibo support in ACNH Happy Home Paradise, you have to design vacation homes for your future villagers. As soon as you begin the DLC, Tom Nook will tell you to go to the airport. There, you’ll meet Lottie, who will teach you all you need to know about home design. After you work for her for a while, she’ll give you a promotion and show you the amiibo reader on her desk.
So, every time you want to invite a villager via an amiibo card or figurine, interact with the reader and scan the item you want. They’ll then tell you what kind of house they want. Most of them will have relatively simple requests, but there’s the VIPs that will require significantly more work. However, Lottie will do a pretty decent job of showing you the ropes; you should be more than capable to meet the expectations of even the most discerning character.