Animal Crossing: New Horizons: Crazy Hidden Details you might’ve missed in the Upcoming Update

Published 10/24/2021, 2:38 PM EDT


The tides have dramatically turned in the favour of the fanbase of Animal Crossing New Horizons. The latest direct event of the game shed light on a range of amazing things that are headed to the game. New items like gyroids, cooking recipes, furniture items, farming, and more have been revealed.

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In addition to these things, fans will get to visit new areas like Harv’s island, Mysterious island, Happy Homes Expansion, and more. The live stream revealed a range of amazing things, and fans are bound to overlook certain things.

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Details that you have missed in the latest Animal Crossing: New Horizons update

In the recent Twitter post, Nintendo UK, shed light on a new range of things that are being worked on. The island for all the traveling vendors and NPCs is being tweaked. The island is going to serve as a permanent home for a roster of NPCs like Katarina, Sahara, Kicks, Tortimer, and more. The studio has also clarified that this new plaza is going to be bustling with new content that NPCs are going to bring out.

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Once again, fans will have great reasons to jump into the game. The free update is not the only selling point for the title, as the DLC expansion pack holds even more promise. It is going to enable fans to decorate the entire archipelago, which contains a range of fantastic terrains.

Villagers will routinely come up with demands of their own, and upon fulfilling these demands, you can earn lucrative rewards. These rewards can be then transferred directly into the main island, which will help keep things fresh.

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The game is no longer going to be just about decorating the island as the massive content drop will amp up the end game content. Simulation games usually become quite stale when the content dries up and there is not much to work towards. The good thing is, it seems like the upcoming update is certainly aiming to fix that crucial issue.

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Ayank Chourasia

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Ayank Chourasia is an eSports author at EssentiallySports. He has been writing since 2016 across various fields, having done his BBA from T.I.

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