Animal Crossing: New Horizons will be released soon, and many fans are looking forward to the upcoming Nintendo Switch exclusive. Since the Nintendo Switch was released in 2017, many owners hoped that a new Animal Crossing title would be released.
The new game will bring an assortment of exciting features that will offer a compelling gameplay experience. Even those who didn’t try the previous games in the series should give it a try. Below you can find everything you need to know about the title.
Animal Crossing: New Horizons — Everything We Know So Far
The game will be released across the globe on March 20, 2020. Prospective owners have the option to acquire the game from the Nintendo store as a digital title or from a large number of video game retailers. It is essential to highlight the fact that a Nintendo Switch Online membership will be required if you wish to access the online features.
Nintendo offers the option to pre-order a standard version, and several rewards are available if you pre-order a copy from one of several video game retailers. Those who order the title from GAME will receive a tote bag. Smyths Toys offer a notepad and sticker sheet. Order from ShopTo to win a Tom Nook keyring, or from Argos for a K.K. Slider keyring.
The gameplay experience
As in the case of the previous games, players will have the ability to create their customers. The title will offer a larger world and new customization settings that will allow the player to personalize their house, the landscape, and much more as they can create their furniture.
By collecting resources, players will have the option to craft a rich selection of items, including new tools that will allow them to make even more items.
Up to four people can enjoy the game locally. A maximum of eight players can join an online game, but players are limited to one island per account.
All from the above and the surprises that the devs prepare for us would most likely make an excellent game out of Animal Crossing: New Horizons. We shall wait and see!
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