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Animal Crossing: New Horizons Merch Includes Switch Console Skins, Carrying Cases, And Controllers – GameSpot

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It won’t be long before you can begin your island getaway in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. The much-anticipated simulation game sails onto Nintendo Switch March 20, bringing an end to the eight-year drought of mainline Animal Crossing games. New Horizons will undoubtedly be one of the biggest Switch games of 2020. To celebrate its looming release, we decided to collect all of the best Animal Crossing merchandise in one place. From controllers and carrying cases to plushies and Amiibo, you have a lot of options to pick from to help you show off your Animal Crossing love. There’s even a New Horizons Switch console that might be the cutest Nintendo system ever made.

Plus, be sure to check out all the new Amazon Crossing: New Horizons news that came out of the latest Nintendo Direct on February 20. We learned a lot about the upcoming Switch game, including details about brand-new characters, mobile app features, a much-needed tool wheel, the new terraforming mechanic, and more.

Animal Crossing: New Horizons Switch console | $300

The special edition Animal Crossing Switch releases March 13

The Animal Crossing Switch console is a beauty. It comes with a pair of exclusive Joy-Con, a dock featuring Tom Nook and the Nooklings, and a back panel decorated with tiny silhouettes of characters, trees, boats, and more, all perfectly scattered across the island setting. If you have a launch model Switch, you might be happy to learn the Animal Crossing Switch comes with the upgraded battery. The launch model has a 2.5 to 6.5-hour range, while the updated model boasts a 4.5 to 9-hour range.

The special edition console releases March 13, one week before the New Horizons launches. It doesn’t come with a copy of the game, though. The Joy-Cons and Switch dock will be sold separately in Japan, but Nintendo hasn’t announced plans to release either individually in the US.

The Animal Crossing Switch is currently sold out at all major retailers, but it may come back into stock in limited quantities before release. You can check out the listings for the Switch at each retailer below.


Animal Crossing: New Horizons pre-order bonuses

Of course, if you haven’t pre-ordered the game itself just yet, you can still do so at every major retailer. Target was offering a cute Animal Crossing journal with pre-orders of the game, but it has sold out on two separate occasions. That said, there’s always a chance that more journals could become available prior to launch (it already happened once). Those who pre-order at Best Buy will get a peel-and-stick Tom Nook badge that can be put on phones, laptops, and other tech, and online pre-orders at Walmart come with a Tom Nook tote bag.

Animal Crossing: New Horizons journal - Target exclusive
Animal Crossing: New Horizons journal – Target exclusive
Animal Crossing: New Horizons phone & tech badge - Best Buy exclusiveAnimal Crossing: New Horizons phone & tech badge - Best Buy exclusive
Animal Crossing: New Horizons phone & tech badge – Best Buy exclusive
New Horizons tote bag - Walmart exclusiveNew Horizons tote bag - Walmart exclusive
New Horizons tote bag – Walmart exclusive

Check out everywhere you can pre-order the game below!


Game and Bell Bag bundle | $65

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Tom Nook’s bell bag

Best Buy is selling the game bundled with an adorable little bag modeled after Tom Nook’s Bell Bag. The bundle costs $65, so you’re only paying five bucks for the cute bag (as opposed to the $20 the bag costs by itself).


Animal Crossing: New Horizons Official Companion Guide | $30

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Includes every detail you need to know about the island

Animal Crossing isn’t a game you need a traditional walkthrough to complete; on the contrary, the game never ends. But the New Horizons official companion guide will tell you everything you need to know about the island, including a catalogue of every item you can purchase, find, and create. The 432-page paperback releases April 9 and is available to pre-order at Amazon for $30.


Aloha Edition carrying case | $25

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Nintendo will release matching carrying cases for the Switch and Switch Lite

An official accessory from Nintendo, the Aloha Edition carrying case releases March 13 for both the Switch and Switch Lite. The case uses the well-known Animal Crossing leaves for its design and also comes bundled with a screen protector.


Game Traveler Deluxe Case | $20

The Game Traveler Deluxe can fit the Switch or Switch LiteThe Game Traveler Deluxe can fit the Switch or Switch Lite
The Game Traveler Deluxe can fit the Switch or Switch Lite

A new Game Traveler Deluxe case celebrating New Horizons releases March 20 alongside the game. This cute case is compatible with both the Switch and Switch Lite, but the Switch will fit more snugly in this hard shell design. The case comes with a game card holder for four Switch games and a microSD case for two cards. There’s an adjustable stand inside the case that props up your Switch or Switch Lite when in tabletop mode.


Power A Enhanced Wireless Controllers | $50

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Nintendo Switch wireless controllers

These wireless Animal Crossing Switch controllers from Power A are adorable alternatives to the Pro controller. You can choose between a K.K. Slider or Nooklings design. Each controller is a lovely shade of green and features an Animal Crossing-themed pattern.

Power A wireless controllers look and feel great, but they don’t operate exactly the same as the Pro controller. They use AA batteries for power and don’t have Amiibo NFC support or vibration. They do, however, have an additional pair of triggers on the back that can be programmed on the fly. Both designs release March 10, so you’ll be able to use them to play on launch day.


Nintendo Switch console skin | $20

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Maybe you don’t want to spend the cash on the Animal Crossing Switch, but you still want your console to look the part. These officially licensed skins from Controller Gear deck out your console, dock, and Joy-Cons with Animal Crossing designs. Three Tom Nook designs are available, each of which features Tom Nook and/or Timmy and Tommy Nook. Each skin comes with a screen protector as well.


Nintendo Switch Lite console skins | $10

Left to right: Outdoor, Timmy and Tommy, WoodtoneLeft to right: Outdoor, Timmy and Tommy, Woodtone
Left to right: Outdoor, Timmy and Tommy, Woodtone

Nintendo Switch Lite owners won’t feel left out thanks to Controller Gear’s console skins. There are three patterns to choose from–Outdoor, Timmy and Tommy, and Woodtone–each of which are $10.


Animal Crossing Amiibo

There are 16 Animal Crossing AmiiboThere are 16 Animal Crossing Amiibo
There are 16 Animal Crossing Amiibo

Nintendo outlined New Horizons’ Amiibo support during its Animal Crossing-focused Direct presentation. Scanning Amiibos while playing New Horizons allows you to invite characters to your campground. A separate mode called Photopia lets you arrange your figures and dress them up for a photoshoot.

As of right now, 16 Animal Crossing Amiibo figures are available to purchase, most of which released around the same time as Animal Crossing: Amiibo Festival for Wii U. Unlike some older Amiibo, you can still find most of them for great prices. In fact, the majority of them are available for less than their release price. The three-pack includes K.K. Slider, Cyrus, and Reese and is $11.94 at Amazon. Here are all of the Animal Crossing Amiibo you can currently buy:


Amiibo cards

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Four series and more than 100 cards are available

New Horizons also supports Amiibo cards, and they offer the same perks as the figures. Though not really display items like regular Amiibos, there are far more cards out there, each displaying one of the cheery denizens of the Animal Crossing universe. Amiibo cards were released in four waves, and each pack comes with six Amiibo cards.


Isabelle Nendoroid | $76

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Isabelle summer outfit Nendoroid

This Isabelle Nendoroid is probably the cutest Animal Crossing product you can buy. Good Smile’s popular Nendoroid figurines come with numerous accessories and a stand. Isabelle comes with musical notes that attach to the stand, a clipboard, and a pen. The only downside here is the price. This Isabelle Nendoroid costs $76. The winter version is even pricier at $112.68.


Isabelle plush | $27

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The most adorable Animal Crossing plush

A wide assortment of Isabelle plushies can be found from a quick search. But I have to say, a fair number of them are less than great. This Isabelle plush, which is a Japanese import that’s eligible for Prime shipping, is just about perfect, though.


Tom Nook plush | $17

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Tom Nook is tired of you not settling your debts

When I first looked at this Tom Nook plush, I grimaced. It’s not cute. But then I looked at Tom Nook again and remembered that he’s not cute anyway. He’s a hardworking but tired-looking raccoon who wants you to pay him back for those home renovations. Plush Tom Nook can look at you in dismay every time you’re about to buy something you don’t need online (not including this plush).


Nook’s Homes Mug | $12

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Tom Nook mug

This Animal Crossing-themed mug shows off your appreciation for the raccoon who makes all of your dreams possible. Is Tom Nook a design expert? That’s up for debate, but he’s all we have to help us make a home that’s large enough to satisfy our hoarding desires. Unfortunately, it’s currently sold out at Amazon.


K.K. Slider T-shirt | $23

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Free admission at Club LOL?

We can’t all be as cool as K.K. Slider, but we can celebrate the famous musician with this officially licensed graphic T-shirt. The shirt is available in men’s, women’s, and youth fits and comes in black, navy, olive, dark heather, and heather blue.


Japanese import accessories

The rest of the products on this list are available to pre-order from Play Asia. Shipping costs will vary depending on what you buy, but expect to add a decent chunk of change to the price. You’ll also have to wait longer to receive your order. Items tend to take a few weeks to arrive when ordering from Play Asia, so just know that you’ll probably be at least a month into your New Horizons journey before any of the following accessories land on your doorstep.

Adventure Pack for Switch/Switch Lite | $27

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Holds the Switch and Switch Lite

This small Animal Crossing backpack has two pouches, one big enough to fit a Switch, the other designed for the Switch Lite. Whichever pouch you don’t use for your console, you can use for games and accessories. It’s expected to ship on March 31 and costs $27.


Switch storage bag | $30

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When you need to store or lug all of the Switch essentials

This accessory features the same print as the Adventure Pack but more space. It looks like a cooler and comes with slots for the console, dock, a controller, and all of the cables. It also ships March 31 and costs $30.


Tote bag | $31

This tote bag has compartments for the Switch and Switch LiteThis tote bag has compartments for the Switch and Switch Lite
This tote bag has compartments for the Switch and Switch Lite

On the outside, it looks like a normal tote bag, but it has pouches for both the Switch and Switch Lite, making this tote a stylish travel bag for all of your Nintendo Switch needs. It’s available to pre-order for $31 and ships March 31.


Playstand for Switch and Switch Lite | $17

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Props up the Switch or Switch Lite for tabletop mode

For when you want to use your Animal Crossing-themed Switch controller without playing on the TV, this playstand keeps the Animal Crossing vibes going and provides a snug cradle to prop up your console in tabletop mode. It’s expected to ship March 31.


Protector set collection

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Protector set for Nintendo Switch

This silicon cover protects your Switch’s screen and Joy-Con from the elements. You can flip the cover off the screen to play in handheld mode and even leave it on when docking your console. There are two designs to choose from, one that focuses on Animal Crossing characters and another that has a more scenic environment.

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Switch Lite


Carrying cases

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Handbag for Switch/Switch Lite

Play Asia has a variety of carrying cases, both hard shell and soft, to pre-order for the Switch and Switch Lite.

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Switch Lite


Switch Lite covers

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Shock resistant Switch Lite cover

To protect your Switch on the go while showing off your Animal Crossing love, Play Asia has several cover options that snap onto the back of your Switch Lite.

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Everything We Expect at Samsung Unpacked, From Galaxy Z Fold 4 to Galaxy Watch 5 – CNET

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Samsung’s next Galaxy Unpacked event is scheduled for Wednesday, Aug. 10. We expect to see several new versions of the company’s flagship foldable phones and smartwatches to be revealed — but there’s always a chance for surprise launches of new devices.

The event invitation seen above, showing a Z Flip foldable phone, suggests we’ll see new versions of Samsung’s foldables. That fits with a previous leak from tipster Evan Blass predicting new versions of the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 and the clamshell Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3, which came out in August 2021. 


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Don’t expect too many big advances with Samsung’s next foldables. Rumors suggest the tablet-size Samsung Galaxy Fold 4 may have a new hinge and slimmer build, but the leaker jury is out on whether it will include an S Pen slot like the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra. Other rumors predict that the foldable will pack the faster Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 Plus chipset, as well as a larger outer display that requires its own under-display camera to complement the one on the inner screen.  

The makeup compact-looking Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 could get a larger cover display, according to other rumors, which could make it far more useful for reading notifications and previewing selfie photos. 

Even if the new foldables have only incremental spec upgrades, the biggest improvement could be price. The Galaxy Fold 3 was cheaper than its predecessor at $1,800 (£1,599, AU$2,499) to start, which is still around twice as expensive as most premium smartphones. The Galaxy Z Flip 3 shockingly came in at $1,000 (£949, AU$1,499), or around the price of an iPhone 13 Pro, making it the most affordable foldable yet and a viable alternative to standard flat smartphones. 

But the upcoming Z Fold 4 and Z Flip 4 could be even cheaper, predicts analyst Ross Young, CEO of Display Supply Chain Consultants, who tweeted that Samsung ramped up production to churn out twice as many of the new foldables as last year’s models, suggesting a possible price cut. 

Read more: Here’s One Feature Samsung Could Use to One-Up Apple

In any case, we expect the new foldables to sell well, since the Z Fold 3 and Z Flip 3 sold more units in their launch month than were sold in all of 2020. With 88% of the more than 7 million foldables sold in 2021, Samsung is in a strong position to continue dominating the niche foldable market, which is expected to grow to over 27 million sold in 2025.

Samsung could launch other products to accompany the foldables, and the most likely is the Samsung Galaxy Watch 5. Rumors predict the next version of the premium smartwatch line could get a body temperature sensor and better battery life, as well as an updated design. Hopefully, it will also fix a glaring flaw in the Galaxy Watch 4 — no support for iPhones — as well as better integration of Wear OS 3, as we felt last year’s watch pulled between Google and Samsung’s ecosystems

There are other things Samsung could show off, like successors to the Galaxy Buds 2 earbud, tablets or laptops, but we haven’t heard many rumors suggesting any of those are likely to arrive. Still, we could easily be surprised with all eyes on the awaited foldables.

To encourage customers to reserve their phones early, from July 19 until August 10, Samsung is offering an extensive list of discounts based on different bundles, from a maximum of $200 off for those reserving a Galaxy phone, watch, and buds down to a minimum of $30 off for just reserving Galaxy buds. While this could be a hint at what’s coming at Unpacked, the savings could apply to older Galaxy Watch or Galaxy Buds models.

The event is scheduled to begin at 9 a.m. ET / 6 a.m. PT. CNET will be watching and covering the reveals.

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Samsung Galaxy Unpacked is set to begin on Wednesday, August 10th.

Leading up to the event, Samsung has left us with breadcrumbs about what they’re going to announce at their Galaxy Unpacked event. Leaks and other clues have revealed that Samsung may be announcing an updated foldable to match last year’s announcement and release.

We also have a guess that there might be some new Galaxy Watches to announce as Samsung released a reservation for a trade-in for the Galaxy smartphone, smartwatch, and earbuds.

When does the Samsung Galaxy Unpacked event take place?

The Samsung Galaxy event is set to take place on Wednesday, August 10th, 2022, at 6AM PT / 9AM ET.

Where can I watch the Samsung Galaxy Unpacked event?

We will have the livestream video embedded up top, so you can stick around here to watch when it begins. Otherwise, you can tune in to the Galaxy Unpacked livestream at Samsung.com, Samsung’s Newsroom, and Samsung’s YouTube channel.

We here at The Verge will also be covering the event. Be sure to follow @verge on Twitter and @verge on Instagram for live updates and other Samsung news.

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On Wednesday, Samsung is expected to announce new foldable phones, wireless earbuds, and a new Galaxy Watch. If all of the leaks and rumors are true, that means we’ll see the Galaxy Z Fold 4, Z Flip 4, Buds 2 Pro and the Galaxy Watch 5 (and maybe even a Pro model). 

Who knows, Samsung could have other products lined up for announcement. We simply won’t know what all it entails until the livestream ends. 

When is Samsung Galaxy Unpacked?

The event kicks off early Wednesday, Aug. 10, with the livestream starting at 9 a.m. ET/6 a.m. PT. There isn’t an in-person element to the event as companies continue to stick to a virtual-only approach for product announcements. 

Here are the different international times for your reference:

  • New York: 9 a.m. ET
  • San Francisco: 6 a.m. PT
  • London: 2 p.m. GMT
  • Berlin: 3 p.m. CET
  • Mumbai: 9:30 p.m. IT
  • Tokyo: 11 a.m. JT Jan. 15
  • Sydney: 1 a.m. AEDT Jan. 15

How to what Samsung Galaxy Unpacked

If you want to tune in and watch the announcements as they’re made, then you’re in luck. Samsung is broadcasting the livestream across several different platforms. Here’s everywhere you can watch the official stream:

What to expect from Samsung Galaxy Unpacked

Samsung itself has dropped some major hints about what to expect from the announcement. Certainly, there are new foldable phones — likely the Z Fold 4 and Z Flip 4 — on tap to be announced. 

In addition to the new phones, Samsung’s Galaxy Watch5 appears set to get an upgrade, with a new Watch5 Pro model, which early leaks indicate will be more rugged and more of a competitor to Garmin’s line of smartwatches. 

Finally, Samsung’s Galaxy Buds Pro appear primed for an upgrade with the Buds 2 Pro adding new active noise cancellation features and a refreshed design to the company’s completely wireless earbuds. 

We’ll have full event coverage as Samsung’s latest Galaxy Unpacked event kicks off bright and early on Wednesday, Aug. 10. 

What’s something you’re hoping to see Samsung announce during the event? Let us know in the comments below.

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