"Animal Crossing: New Horizons" provides hours of entertainment every year, but as experienced players already know, things become more exciting when the events in the game occupy your precious island.
Unsurprisingly, the holidays are the happiest season of the year. Many social media users shared their islands this weekend. When we enter 2021, the New Year countdown, and Christmas events like Toy Day make Christmas Eve The long wait for Santa Claus has become easier to bear. Players even have the opportunity to enjoy seasonal food to celebrate.
Unfortunately, not everyone likes these activities. It turns out that for these events to take place in the game, players need to make some progress in establishing their own islands and opening up city halls. Depending on the way you choose to play, it may take some time to complete, and those who do not meet the requirements will not be able to watch any of these special events in any form.
Normally, this doesn't seem to be a big problem. Unlocking more content by completing tasks in the game may bring gains, such as Animal Crossing Bells, right? However, what if all new players will receive a copy of the game during the holiday season, and it may be assumed that they can participate in the celebrations advertised by Nintendo?
A quick chat on Nintendo Life HQ revealed that a young family member also fouled during the holidays because they had not completed the necessary tasks. As long as we remember, progress and content unlocking have always been a matter of the game, so it is difficult to complain about the practice used here, but it is possible to lock new players out of special, specific time events, which is considered a kind of negligence. On the Nintendo side, especially around the holidays?