Hori Amiibo Collect and Display Case Comes To U.S On July 13

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If you can actually find an Amiibo, you can now buy a display case for it as well. Amazon is now taking pre-orders for Hori Amiibo Collect and Display Case for $7.99. That’s in addition to the $12.99 you pay for the figurine.

The case will be released in the United States on July 13, interested parties can head over to the link above to pre-order.

The case is an official Nintendo licensed product and will protect your beloved figurine from dust and damage. The most notable feature is the ability to transfer data from your Amiibo, while it’s still in the case. Keep in mind that figurine are sold separately.

Speaking of selling Amiibo, fans are having a hard time finding their favorite Amiibo. Nintendo still hasn’t done much about improving supply.

Along with the case in July, we are also getting wave 5 of Amiibo which consists of Dark Pitt and Palutena. Later on in September we will get wave 6 Olimar, Bowser Jr, Dr. Mario, Zero Suit Samus, and Ganondorf.

Hopefully, users will actually be able to buy them and Nintendo will finally take control over its supply issues.

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