The Animal Crossing: New Horizons Direct livestream, guaranteed during Sept. 23's Nintendo Direct, will air on Friday, Oct. 15 at 10 a.m. EDT, Nintendo declared on Wednesday.
A tweet from the authority Animal Crossing Twitter account said the show will go on around 20 minutes, and will talk about "the substance coming to Animal Crossing: New Horizons in November."
The Nintendo Direct fourteen days prior prodded the reasonable return of avian barista Brewster and his bistro, The Roost. Animal Crossing New Horizons players have become to some degree anxious with the absence of new substance, as March 2021 was the last time the game got a significant post-dispatch update.
From that point forward, new substance has come as special festivals, restricted time things in Nook Shopping, and general support. In July, Nintendo recognized the absence of Animal Crossing Bells content and guaranteed more would be in transit not long from now.
Animal Crossing: New Horizons was initially delivered on Nintendo Switch in March 2020. Nintendo has since sold in excess of 33 million duplicates of the game, making New Horizons the best Animal Crossing game to date. Animal Crossing: New Horizons most certainly has less players these days than it did at dispatch, yet that will be normal. In any case, the game has been a significant shelter for Nintendo, which sold very nearly 30 million Nintendo Switch consoles over the previous year. It even aided force a Nintendo Switch lack during the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.