Even though Nintendo spent an entire Nintendo Direct presentation to highlight the major new features in the Animal Crossing: New Horizons 2.0 update, there’s still a lot in the update that wasn’t covered beforehand. Since downloading the new update, Animal Crossing: Unexpected Horizons, gamers have discovered a slew of new mysteries and surprises, including the existence of a fresh new Christmas event.
Nintendo Life used the time travel methods from Animal Crossing: New Horizons to journey forward in time, discovering a completely new event in the process. Animal Crossing: New Horizons gamers may look forward to the special Nook Friday event, which is basically the Animal Crossing world’s version of Black Friday, from Friday, November 26 through Sunday, November 30. Animal Crossing: New Horizons gamers can get substantial discounts at Nook’s Cranny while the promotion is running.
Fans of Animal Crossing: New Horizons should start saving their bells now since, during the Nook Friday event, all things at Nook’s Cranny will be 30% off their regular price. This might save Animal Crossing: New Horizons users a lot of money, especially if some of the more expensive things are on sale at Nook’s Cranny during Nook Friday.
It’s likely that Animal Crossing: New Horizons’ massive 2.0 upgrade has more secret holidays and events, but that remains to be seen. The Animal Crossing: New Horizons 2.0 update brought a slew of new features to the game, including the ability to cultivate crops, cook, and visit Brewster in his cafe, among other things. Needless to say, the upgrade will keep Nintendo’s social simulation game’s enthusiasts occupied for a long time.
That’s good news for fans, like the Animal Crossing: New Horizons 2.0 update will be the game’s final significant update. However, even if Nintendo stops creating fresh content for Animal Crossing: New Horizons, the game’s nature should ensure that there’s always something new to look forward to. Fans may look forward to the Animal Crossing: New Horizons Christmas event next month, in addition to Nook Friday this week.
In Animal Crossing: New Horizons, the shifting seasons signal the arrival of new bugs, fish, and sea animals for players to gather for their museums. While abusing Animal Crossing: New Horizons time travel methods can speed things up, completionists are likely to have to play the game for a long time if they want to actually “finish” it.