Animal Crossing: New Horizons- Decrypting the Brewster Teaser Trailer to Find out What it Entails

Published 10/04/2021, 1:29 PM EDT
Source: Nintendo


The recent Nintendo Direct was the most beloved presentation for any Animal Crossing: New Horizons fan. Developers released a short teaser announcing Brewster’s arrival. And during the presentation, we could see the Roost being a part of a museum, just like in many past titles.

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You will see Brewster working 24/7 at the Roost, and it appears he will be located near the art gallery. Several veterans are looking forward to recreating all those beautiful memories with Brewster in his cafe. Although the Brewster teaser was very short, it was enough to give players a rough idea of what to expect from the Roost.

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Major details you probably missed about the Roost in Brewster teaser for Animal Crossing: New Horizons

In the teaser, players could get a sneak peek of the upcoming cafe, the Roost. We could even see some new furniture and a counter for Brewster. We can expect players to donate some specific number of specimens for a cafe to open, similar to the art gallery. Not to mention, it will follow the old tradition from New Leaf, where players have to donate 50 items for Brewster to consider running a cafe in the town.

Players could also notice a special sitting area with some nice tables and couches. These items are not available in the game, so we may expect them to be available in Nook’s Cranny or for Nooks Point in the future. There is even some new artwork on the walls in the cafe, which could get players more excited about Redd’s artwork in New Horizons.

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There were also some blurry pictures hanging on the wall. These pictures are similar to Sable’s photos in the Able Sisters. Hence, we may see some of Brewster’s old pictures in the cafe as well. There are even more items to spot in the screenshot, like a Register, a Coffee pot, a Cuckoo clock, and a Red stand mixer.

Nintendo is always quite focused on details; therefore, these minor details hold the potential for players to see more in-game food items. In addition to that, if they let players hold sandwiches, just like many villagers in the game, that would certainly be amazing.

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Furthermore, of all the features, letting players hold their coffee after leaving the Roost would also be a splendid option. What are your expectations from the Roost and Brewster? Let us know in the comments down below.

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Mehul Rolta is an eSports author at EssentiallySports since November 2020. He believes that gaming has the potential to bring a smile to a person's face. Instead of keeping his passion for gaming all to himself, he decided to share his thoughts and opinion with others.

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