Fans of Naruto created an accurate version of Naruto's hidden village in the game "Animal Crossing: New Horizons".
Since the beginning of the game, "Animal Crossing: New Horizons" gamers have customized the island to look like other franchise stores. You can almost imagine that homage can meet the requirements of the main series, but the Naruto-themed island is particularly impressive.
Reddit user Xnd991 rebuilt the hidden leaf village of Naruto in the game "Animal Crossing: New Horizons" and kept the exquisite details. Not only that, they also tried to dress up the villagers and entertain them. So far, people on the Naruto subreddit have responded positively to the creation of Xnd991, and some have asked for "Neverland Code" so that they can see it themselves. Fortunately, Xnd991 provides the code. However, to do this, "Animal Crossing: New Horizons" players must update the game to the latest version, and have the right to use Luna and have certain Animal Crossing Bells. This allows the player to switch to the "dream" version of other players.
Since the game’s release, it’s a far cry from Naruto’s only game that finally appeared in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. Fans also created various Naruto costumes for "Animal Crossing: New Horizons". All of these can be downloaded at Able Sisters Shop. Of course, this requires players to first unlock Able Sisters for their islands. However, anyone who has played the game since its launch should have access to Able Sisters and all other major stores on the island.
In the future, Nintendo will add content to "Animal Crossing: New Horizons" so that players can create a more realistic "Hidden Leaf Village" for "Naruto". Developers will regularly add new content to "Animal Crossing: New Horizons" and promise the next update on Halloween. We don't yet know what the "New Horizons Halloween" update requires, but this is definitely the next theme of the horror holiday.
In addition, the Christmas-themed "Dobutsu no Mori New Horizon" will be updated around December, and New Year activities can be planned. Nintendo may get more surprises, but fans must wait for more information to understand the next development of "Animal Crossing: New Holon".