Dress Up as Fire Emblem House Leaders in Animal Crossing: New Horizons With These QR Codes

Dress Up as Fire Emblem House Leaders in Animal Crossing: New Horizons With These QR Codes

Bring Byleth, Dimtri, Edelgard, and Claude to your island.

If you wanted to bring the war and strife of Fodlan into Animal Crossing: New Horizons, then we've got good news for you. A designer has compiled a series of custom outfits for Nintendo's new game that lets you bring certain costumes from Fire Emblem: Three Houses into New Horizons.

You can find the series of QR codes over on DeviantArt, where creator ACNL-QR-CODEZ has put the work in to design costumes based around characters from Three Houses. There's male and female versions of Byleth, Edelgard, Dimitri, and Claude for you to choose from.

All the custom QR codes. | ACNL-QR-CODEZ

Each character has four QR codes associated with them, so can get to choose between four of their outfits to wear in New Horizons. There's two student outfits for each character, and then two outfits that correspond to the post time-skip portion of Fire Emblem: Three Houses.

It's a really nice celebration of the QR code feature in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, which has yielded some surprisingly impressive designs. I've seen players scanning in Adam Sandler's Uncut Gems character to paste on their house walls, among various other equally fascinating and somehow slightly horrifying custom designs.

To use any QR code and get a custom design in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, you need to download the Nintendo Online app to your phone. Then scan the QR code using the app, and you're all set to start using the custom item or design on your New Horizons island.

Animal Crossing: New Horizons has already smashed sales records since launching just last Friday. I've spent a lovely weekend with the game, adventuring around many new islands and paying visits to friends from across the globe.

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