Animal crossing spring updates
If, like me, being locked in the past few weeks means you spent too much time pretending to be outside playing Animal Crossing, then you will be happy to hear that Nintendo announced today a large number of new updates.
These updates include new visitors, museum upgrades, new floors, and new events. Of course, after the mixed opinions on Rabbit Day *cough cough*, we hope that these upcoming events will not allow us to plan the murder of a rather confusing CGI bunny. So let’s dive into all the updates that Nintendo has confirmed for Animal Crossing: New Horizons, which you can download for free on April 23, 2020.
First, we have a new visiting merchant: Leif. Now, we still don’t know if Leif and his garden store will become permanent members of his island like Able Sisters, or just like Flick or C.J. But either way, we are very excited.
In the advertising video, we saw the emergence of new plants that can help you decorate your island with a variety of new shrubs.
The shape of the second new visitor to the island resembles a joyous red. They appeared in his treasure trawler, a cute boat full of antiques and art. But why are you interested in buying such a thing?
Well, this brings us well to the next point...
Yes! Our museum is acquiring new wings in the form of adding art galleries. This makes us wonder what other museum expansion projects we have on our island. Be sure to tell us your thoughts in the comments below!
Hope that these upcoming animal crossing activities will be even higher than the egg-shaped hell on Rabbit Day.
First is the nature festival. On the surface, throughout the event, you will be able to earn more miles than usual by completing nature-based activities (such as planting flowers or trees, or watering these plants to keep the island in its original state).
Next, we have May Day. The focus of this event is to visit special islands to complete what seems to be an obstacle course and find prizes and items in exciting games. It is not known how easy it is to reach these islands or how difficult it is to navigate them, but it looks promising.
Of course, Animal Crossing New Horizons always celebrates International Museum Day. For this in-game event, you will be able to collect limited edition stamps around your museum, and you will need to collect these stamps to get specific prizes.
Arguably the strangest choice in the event lineup is the wedding season. Regarding this, what we really know is that you will help Harvey take some wedding photos. If you have not been to Harvey Island, you will be surprised. However, events like this can at least help your little ghostly photo studio become more meaningful. Chapter
Uh! A major update seems to be underway, and as far as I am concerned, I can't wait to spend more time on this lovely game. Let us know your thoughts on the update in the comments below!