We’re only a few days apart of the March 20 launch of Animal Crossing: New Horizons, and Nintendo surprises us with a sneak peek. The recently launched trailer displays some tremendous and exciting elements that’ll kick in the game soon.
The short video arrives as a significant refresher for all the features promised to be introduced in the game. While New Horizons’ island placement is front-and-middle in the trailer, it’s the little things in the video that matter most. As Nintendo decided to keep lots of elements hidden, the trailer shows everything we hoped.
New Trailer Unveils the Next Animal Crossing: New Horizons Chapter
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One detail that impresses in the trailer is the sleek upgrade museums have received in the new chapter. The museum in Animal Crossing: New Leaf, for example, was amazing, but things look more nicely done in New Horizons. The fossils appear to have more substance, and the museum’s use of lighting sure does put everything in the spotlight.
The aquarium, too, looks more beautiful, and we can notice the sea creatures swimming past the glass. If you hoped for a significant aquarium upgrade, soon you’ll enjoy some fantastic elements. But, even if you’ll need plenty of time to build the museum, it’ll sure be a great experience.
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The game has players beginning with a deserted island. They must build their city from the ground, unlike other versions in the series. That island establishment has been displayed throughout all of Nintendo’s promo sessions for the game.
For some, it’s a wonder that it took so much time for devs to introduce an island setting, as it appears to fit so good with the game’s existing design. However, we’ll find out soon how much of the elements spotted in the video will end up in the Animal Crossing: New Horizons.
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