A new Animal Crossing Build-A-Bear Collection launches tomorrow

Bring your villagers to life at the Build-A-Bear Workshop

What you need to know

  • Animal Crossing: New Horizons will release a collection of dolls with Build-A-Bear Workshop.
  • The collection releases tomorrow, April 6.
  • Nintendo did not provide any information on when the collection will be available or who is included in it.
  • You can sign up for email updates now.

Nintendo of America took to Twitter today to announce a Animal Crossing: New Horizons partnership with Build-A-Bear Workshop to create dolls based on the characters featured in the uber-popular life simulator, and it releases tomorrow.

In typical Nintendo fashion, no other details were shared. As of this writing, we don’t know who will be available for purchase or at what time the dolls will be available. Nintendo did provide a link you can sign up for email updates to find out when the collection will be available.

This is surprising considering the rollout of the Animal Crossing: New Horizon Sanrio cards was less than stellar, with many fans reporting low stock numbers and a lack of communication. As of this writing, there’s has been no mention of a restock by Nintendo.

This isn’t the first time Nintendo has announced something on Twitter seemingly out of nowhere. Both Pikmin 3 Deluxe and Paper Mario: The Origami King were also announced on Twitter without much fanfare. It’s also not Nintendo’s first partnership with Build-A-Bear Workshop, as they’ve released many Pokémon collections in the past.

Animal Crossing: New Horizons continues to top Nintendo Switch sale charts and is the second best-selling game on the system, second only to Mario Kart 8 Deluxe. It’s also on our list of best games available on the Nintendo Switch.

Animal Crossing: New Horizon just celebrated its one-year anniversary and continues to receive monthly content updates. It’s most recent was the return of Bunny Day, Animal Crossing’s spin on Easter.

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