Happy House of New Horizons is the final paid DLC for the game

Nintendo has uncovered more data about Animal Crossing: New Horizons' large 2.0 update, which will present Happy Home Paradise and eight new villaers to the game on November 5.

First of all: your new likely companions. Nintendo has uncovered that eight totally new locals will show up in Animal Crossing: New Horizons ahead of schedule one month from now. Every one of the locals showed up in versatile game, Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp, and presently they're advancing toward the mainline side of the establishment. There will be four male and four female townspeople.

Here is a fast once-over of each up the impending townspeople and some character characteristics:

Ione: A blue squirrel that is obssessed with star-looking.

Quinn: A snazzy purple falcon with an inclination for denim.

Cephalobot: An automated octopus that could be a living weapon.

Marlo: A grouchy hamster that might well really be a horde chief.

Sasha: A selfie-fixated hare that is got a stupendous complete of one look.

Shino: An outgoing, chatty deer that is probaly got an overshare issue.

Petri: A strict guinea pig that is continually doing some sort of examination.

Tiansheng: A monkey persuaded that keeping his shoes on constantly will make him run quicker.

Nintendo has additionally noticed that Happy Home Paradise will be the last paid development for the game.

"The free update dispatching on Nov. 5 will be the last significant free substance update," the organization said. "We trust that players will keep partaking in their island life progressively and all through the evolving seasons.

"Animal Crossing: New Horizons – Happy Home Paradise presents a new ongoing interaction experience in which the player joins the Paradise Planning group and Animal Crossing Bells helps make their customer's fantasy resort home become a reality. It is a significant update to Animal Crossing: New Horizons, and offers a recognizing and distinctive ongoing interaction experience. Along these lines, it appeared well and good to incorporate it as the sole paid DLC for Animal Crossing: New Horizons."