Mario's update in "Animal Crossing: New Horizons" is just around the corner. It was originally scheduled to be released in March, but the update will arrive on February 25th. Although this may be a meaningless question for many people, it is actually more important. Fortunately, all of this will only make ACNH fans very happy.
SwitchForce on YouTube believes that Nintendo has put a lot of thought into determining the release date of the next update. The reason behind it is "Animal Crossing: New Horizons". As one of the most successful Nintendo games of the year, the company hopes to bring joy to fans such as the cheaper Animal Crossing Bells.
Fans may remember the Sanrio card that Nintendo released before. The retail release date for the card is March 26, six days after the ACNH anniversary. SwitchForce believes this is not a coincidence. In fact, this is an excellent opportunity for Nintendo to introduce major changes to the game for the so-called "Second Season."
Trust Heaven deliberately to avoid making Mario update a big update. Except for some items and clothes, there are not many updates on February 25. The fans obviously have cool warp characteristics, but not as good as the new villagers. This update will introduce all Sanrio villagers in all card collections to be launched next month.
Most of the content leaked by data miners has entered the game. But the update that everyone is eagerly looking forward to is the arrival of our favorite pigeon Brewster. The long wait for Brewster to set foot on our island may finally end.
The anniversary update will be an excellent opportunity for Nintendo to add another popular villager from the previous version of the game. It can add new elements to the game, for example, if Nintendo finally decides to add him to the game, Brewster can open a cafe.
This is just one of many assumptions that Nintendo hopes to create a good year for Animal Crossing: New Horizons. The game has made a huge contribution to the success of Nintendo Switch. It is definitely worth the anniversary.