Animal Crossing: New Horizons was the source of inspiration for Nintendo Switch that turned in a special edition that will be launched in March this year. To be more specific, Nintendo will release the special edition on March 13. Animal Crossing: New Horizons will be released in North America one week after the release of the Nintendo Switch special edition. The special edition hardware will cost $299.99.
Nintendo Switch design
The new Nintendo Switch system has a charming, chill vibe to it. Even the Joy-Cons have a similar vibe, being available in a minty blue and green color design. As for the back of the Switch, it comes with a pattern with waves as well as Animal Crossing characters, furniture, and other designs.
Last but not least, the Switch dock comes with a New Horizons theme that features an illustration of Tom Nook and his boys Tommy and Timmy on a tiny tropical island. The Switch dock looks very good for a piece of hardware.
In order to make things even better for this lovely console, Nintendo will launch Animal Crossing: New Horizons “Aloha Edition.” The Aloha Edition will be carrying case and screen protector the same day.
As for the cost of this cute upcoming edition, it is yet to be confirmed. Animal Crossing: New Horizons will be launched at Switch on March 20, for only $59.99.
The Animal Crossing: New Horizons theme
Nintendo players will be able to enjoy the most recent entry in the Animal Crossing franchise, an island paradise by dint of Nook Inc. Deserted Island Getaway Package, a travel package provided by Nook Inc. It includes airfare, accommodations, labor, tax, and a NookPhone. It will basically allow players to start a new life from scratch on their deserted island. Players can also begin to improve their home decorations as well as crafting tools and items or customize their vacation for the whole experience.
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