Animal Crossing is the video game series we’ve all heard about, which was published by Nintendo. You get to play a character, a human who lived in a village that’s inhabited by various animals, which need to do numerous activities, such as bug catching, or fishing, or fossil hunting. Its gameplay is amazing, and the use of the console’s internal clock and calendar simulated the real passage of time.
About Animal Crossing: New Horizons Pre-Order Bonus
We have to wait about two more months until the official launch of Animal Crossing: New Horizons for Nintendo Switch. Pre-orders have been opened for quite some time now, but if you still want to be sure that you’re getting your copy of the game, Target will help you in this matter.
A Reddit user saw this new Target ad, in which it was said that you could pre-order Animal Crossing: New Horizons, and you will also get an exclusive Animal Crossing journal with a custom 2020 calendar. In the ad, it is also said that the offer is limited, and there are no rainchecks with this one, so make sure you go and pre-order the game ASAP.
New Horizons is actually the first Animal Crossing game to make its appearance on a console ever since City Folk has been released, back in 2008, for the Nintendo Wii. The game is bound to include many new features, such as a stronger crafting system, improvements for the online multiplayer, and more customization options for your village.
Animal Crossing: New Horizons release date
Animal Crossing: New Horizons will be released exclusively for Nintendo Switch on the 20th of March, 2020. The trailer is everywhere on the internet, so make sure you watch it, and then pre-order the game to get your bonus. Below, you can watch the latest teaser of the game:
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