Nintendo reveals animal crossing new horizons trailer
Nintendo confirmed the existence of "Animal Crossing: New Horizons" on its E3 Nintendo Direct livestream, the next major entry to the groundbreaking agricultural simulation franchise, it is simply a delight.
The Japanese gaming giant also kindly revealed the version of Switchonly that is expected to be released on March 20, 2020, which is delayed from the initial window of 2019, but given the shared footage, it's hard not to forgive the brief delay of Nintendo.
The adorable trailer filled with warmth and condensed joy shares much of the content of "Animal Crossing: New Horizons." The main thing is that players will start their adventure on a farm on a desert island from a tent. The frame for trailer
is a fictional vacation package ad, sold by the annoying Tom Nook, and Tom Nook appears faithfully at the end, demanding payment of the cumulative cost of the vacation.
Foraging, crafting, farming, fishing, mining, and butterfly catching make up the game so far. Of course, the main goal is to build a place that can be called home. We also noticed that players can now use their fishing rods to skillfully pole vault through bodies of water.
The four seasons return, glimpses of snow-covered wonderland, fall harvest, spring planting, and midsummer coastal wonders. It seems that we can still play with friends and of course we will meet a group of cute animals.
Visually, Animal Crossing: New Horizons will retain the gorgeous beauty that defines the series, but from what we can see, it looks pretty neat and well-designed. At this point, our emotion is difficult to suppress. March hasn't come fast enough.