Animal Crossing: New Horizons News
Pumpkins, vampire-pale skin, and everyone's favorite Halloween czar are on the way.
And there's a chance you could attend a future performance!
Who's hoping to make their island into Delfino Plaza?
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It's a stunning newfound success for Animal Crossing.
There's neat art, fake distress signals, and... oh, no.
More pattern picking, less code entry.
From an ever-reliable dataminer, at that.
One of New Leaf's best features is coming to islands this week.
Save data transfers are coming sometime this year, too.
Griefers can now strike by land and by sea.
With a second update planned for August.
With the Switch doing well, it seems Nintendo's not sure it needs to push hard on mobile.
Overall sales are still sitting at 13 million worldwide, as of May.
The Squids are alright.
He'll be appearing more often on the popular Animal Talking.
Like the May Day maze, you'll probably knock this out in a single sitting.
The vibes of this performance, reader? They're extremely good.
The viral Apocalypse just got a little more cheerful.
Dress up your kitty in Animal Crossing: Mew Horizons apparel and die a warrior's death.
Rob Heiret says "it's been humbling" to see New Horizons take off, but he's also a bit tired of the sea bass.
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The Detroit Lions unveil their upcoming schedule with a little help from Animal Crossing: New Horizons.
Nintendo's latest is a historic success.
If crafting's become the bane of your existence, this video's for you.
Island Planner lets you organize things exactly how you want them.
Get your tarantulas, tuna, and marlin before they go away for a few months.
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The jolly fox is back.
And he teaches us all a lesson in proper island etiquette.
To catch out all those cheaters earning decades of bank interest payouts.
Fine art, shrubs, and non-Bunny Day events will keep us all busy.
Everyone's playing Animal Crossing.
Flick and C.J. are roommates ("Oh my God, they were roommates"), but they're also more depending on which canon you subscribe to.
But take them with a pinch of salt.
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All the info makes my heart flutter (hoo).
You can also change them for the Pro Controller, but not for third-party alternatives.
Users' pro-Hong Kong protest art could be part of why it's been delisted.
Fish, bugs, and fossils are nice, but don't you miss Redd's tent?
You can't fish hamburgers out of the trash cans, though.
The stalk market has always been serious business, and now it's very easy to make a profit.
Netflix's true-crime documentary about big cat traders is spurring odd and occasionally concerning Animal Crossing crossovers.
Unleash the balloons once again.
These two things definitely belong together.
Now you'll have no excuse for being blindsided by a haven for tarantulas.
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It may be highly specific, but it is masterful.
If you don't want to be spoiled on how this cute Spring foliage works, look away.
All around the mulberry bush, the monkey chased the weasel. The monkey grabbed his elephant gun...
Maybe on Earth Day we should stop ransacking other islands for resources.
Nintendo is cracking down on some cheaters.
Stores are seeing shortages of the Switch.
Selling a grand total of 1.8 million units in three days.
Bring Byleth, Dimtri, Edelgard, and Claude to your island.
True art, uh, finds a way.
They told me they were taking me to Infinite Kitten Island!
In the UK and Japan, New Horizons is outselling everything else.
Coronavirus be damned, the show must go on.
Should you really let Tom Nook collect your data, though?
One more farewell, for now.
Despite the pandemic and pressure from authorities, GameStop wants to stay open.
"Time travel" powers are useless here.
Animal Crossing fans will still need to wait until tomorrow.
Reports are hopeful for more Nintendo news soon.
The catch is that you need to have purchased it via the eShop.
One of the retailer's major draws is going away during the coronavirus crisis.
No eShop, no updates, no Tetris 99 (or any other multiplayer, for that matter).
I'll put a house over here, and a tree over there...
That'd probably cost a fortune in real life, but finding the bells shouldn't be too hard.
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With a new demo at PAX East, fans are finally getting their hands on the latest Animal Crossing.
You'll be able to get 'DIY Recipes' through the bottles.
You can change your character later on by interacting with a mirror.
Yes, you'll have plenty of folks to talk to beyond Tom Nook and Isabelle.
So long, government. Hello, Tom Nook.
Hold on to your Switch extra tight.
An electric guitar popped up in the Japanese Direct.
NookLink will help you manage your custom designs and chat with friends.
C'mon bud, join us on the island.
Doom and Animal Crossing communities are welcoming each other with open arms.
Your island stays on your Switch.
Even that gonif Tom Nook has something nice to say. (Kidding. Nook is all right.)
It'll only be allowed if you lose or damage your Switch.
Here's what that means for you and your fellow villagers.
I can hear my wallet screaming.
Celebrate Isabelle's birthday! Not Tom Nook's.
"So long, Stinktown."
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The Switch is seeing success all around the world.
Nintendo knows what you've been up to.
Animal Crossings' angriest mole won't be tunneling through your front yard anymore.
Here's what we learned about Animal Crossing: New Horizons from E3.