The Sanrio Collaboration villagers are some of the most loved Animal Crossing villagers, especially with their special furniture, yet they remain missing in Animal Crossing: New Horizons so far.
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Over the past week, it feels as if the entire Animal Crossing: New Horizons community has collectively decided that we need a significant new content update for the game, and we need it now.
Exactly one year ago today, Animal Crossing: New Horizons was first revealed during the E3 2019 Nintendo Direct presentation!
It’s hard to believe, but today marks seven years since Animal Crossing: New Leaf first launched on the Nintendo 3DS in North America all the way back on June 9th, 2013!
With the Bunny Day event for Easter behind us in the rear mirror, it’s time to start thinking about what’s next in the pipeline for Animal Crossing: New Horizons with the next update coming in less than a week from today!
Even though the new Nintendo Switch system was just announced yesterday, our minds are already pondering what Nintendo’s next platform could mean for Animal Crossing.
It’s happening at long last. Nintendo has just announced today a new agreement with Japanese mobile game company DeNA to bring Nintendo’s intellectual property, including characters, to mobile devices. This new deal includes the potential for any and all Nintendo IPs to be developed for mobile devices in collaboration with DeNA. There will be no exceptions to any individual IP: the deal covers them all, including Animal Crossing.