New Animal Crossing amiibo cards are on the way including Raymond and more

We’re getting 48 new cards with the Series 5 deck.

The new set of Series 5 Animal Crossing amiibo cards is finally releasing, bringing with it 48 new cards total. This series includes Raymond, a fan-favorite character who until now didn’t have an amiibo card. Additionally, a number of new villagers are also included along with updated cards for familiar characters to match what they look like in New Horizons. In the U.S., cards are sold in six packs, however, in some other regions they’re sold in three packs. Here are all 48, their names, and their numbers.

All Series 5 Animal Crossing amiibo cards

Near the end of the October 2021 Animal Crossing Direct, we got to see some of the pictures for the new Series 5 Animal Crossing amiibo cards. However, not all of the cards were shown. I’ve since gathered up the remaining cards and created a picture for them specifically. This means, however, that the images aren’t fully in order. Swipe through the gallery above to see all 48 Series 5 Animal Crossing amiibo cards.

NameSpeciesNumber
Tom NookRaccoon/Tanuki#401
Timmy & TommyRaccoon/Tanuki#402
IsabelleDog#403
OrvilleDodo#404
WilburDodo#405
BlathersOwl#406
CelesteOwl#407
MableHedgehog#408
SableHedgehog#409
LabelHedgehog#410
K.K. SliderDog#411
C.J.Beaver#412
FlickChameleon#413
Daisy MaeBoar#414
KicksSkunk#415
SaharaCamel#416
HarveyDog#417
GulliverPelican#418
WispGhost#419
LottieOtter#420
NikoMonkey#421
WardellWalrus#422
Tom NookRaccoon/Tanuki#423
IsabelleDog#424
SherbGoat#425
MeganBear#426
DomSheep#427
AudieWolf#428
CydElephant#429
JudyCub#430
RaymondCat#431
ReneighHorse#432
SashaRabbit#433
IoneSquirrel#434
TianshengMonkey#435
ShinoGoat#436
MarloHamster#437
PetriMouse#438
CephalobotOctopus#439
QuinnEagle#440
ChabwickPenguin#441
ZoeAnteater#442
AceBird#443
RioBird#444
FrettDog#445
AzaleaRhino#446
RosewellAlligator#447
FaithKoala#448

What can you do with amiibo cards?

In the base Animal Crossing: New Horizons game, players can scan amiibo cards to invite villagers to live on their islands once the campground has been unlocked. Additionally, Animal Crossing amiibo figures and cards can be scanned at Harvey’s island for photoshoots. When on your own island, you can also scan amiibo cards at Brewster’s The Roost cafe to invite a villager of your choosing for a drink.

If players purchase the Happy Home Paradise DLC, they’ll be able to scan amiibo cards and figures to bring specific villagers to the game as a client. Then you’ll be able to create a dream home for that specific villager. Up to two villagers can even share a vacation home together. So, if you’ve been shipping anybody or think they’d just be good friends, you can create their ideal getaway.

Come to my island

With 48 new Animal Crossing amiibo cards on the horizon and new ways to use them there’s plenty of reason to start collecting. Good luck getting them all whether you’re excited for a specific card or are out to collect all 48.

Living in a critter paradise

Animal Crossing: New Horizons

$60 at Best Buy
$51 at Amazon
$60 at Walmart

Create the perfect getaway

Manicure the look and feel of your very own deserted island while paying off a loan from Tom Nook. There are plenty of cute decorations to collect and the game even celebrates real-world holidays.

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