If you’ve been playing the Japanese or Korean version of Animal Crossing: New Leaf, you may have noticed some bugs and glitches. These issues include freezes and crashes with the potential of save data corruption if it occurs while the game is saving. Some players have also discovered out of bound glitches such as walking on the train tracks.
Thankfully Nintendo has announced that a software update is coming in the near future. It’s not entirely clear yet exactly which issues will be fixed but the update is intended to improve the overall stability of the game. It could be glitches like the out of bound bugs or it could be freezing and crashing issues. No announcement was made of when to expect the update.
It can be assumed that the international versions of the game will include these fixes from the beginning as they are still 3 months away but it has not been confirmed by Nintendo of America or Nintendo of Europe.
Have you been playing either version of the game? Feel free to comment below and share any bugs or glitches that you have encountered during your playtime. We’d love to hear your experiences and may publish an article in the future about the issues.
Do you live near Austin, Texas? You just might be able to play the first English demo of Animal Crossing: New Leaf among other games this weekend at SXSW Gaming. In a press release, Nintendo said the American debut for Animal Crossing: New Leaf will take place at SXSW Gaming with a “guided demo opportunity” available to the public.
If you’re interested in attending, you can find details for the event here. It’s free and open to the public so check it out if you’re nearby. We’ll be on the look out for any new English footage from the event and will post anything we find on the Blog so stay tuned!
It’s Girl’s Day in Japan today and of course there’s a mini holiday in Animal Crossing: New Leaf for it! You might also know it by Doll Festival or Girl’s Festival. The Girl’s Day holiday doesn’t have a whole lot to it in New Leaf but we’ll talk about what there is anyway!
We’ve just gotten word of the latest DLC item for Animal Crossing: New Leaf in Japan and South Korea. Starting March 1st until March 31st, you’ll be able to pick up a Futaba Table from the Post Office through SpotPass.
And yes, it’s coming to South Korea as well at the same time. It seems that the plan going forward is to release all DLC to both regions simultaneously. Good news if you ask me.
As with any Animal Crossing game, New Leaf has plenty of bees hiding in the trees waiting to sting you… or be caught! Check out this great video above by Valerie detailing how to easily catch bees in Animal Crossing: New Leaf! Keep reading to learn more:
Animal Crossing: New Leaf was finally given a release date for North America and Europe a few weeks ago but until now the official Australian date was in question. However, Nintendo of Australia has updated their website to state that New Leaf is coming to the country on June 15th. (and New Zealand)
We have nearly every major region covered with an official release date now! I think that’s something to celebrate considering how long it’s been. As a reminder, New Leaf releases on June 9th in North America and June 14th in Europe.
Expanding your house is essential in any Animal Crossing game and New Leaf is no exception. The process has changed a bit in this version so we’re going to go over the basics today. Keep reading to learn about the possible expansions: