Since Nintendo is not yet ready to reveal the details of "Animal Crossing: New Horizons", players have to pay attention. In 2020, everyone’s favorite mental health protector "Animal Crossing: New Horizons" will be updated in the near future.
Nintendo of the United States shared on Twitter that the Switch title will be updated again in March. There is currently no specific release date or detailed information. However, the developers do guarantee that gamers can find updated information in the near future by closely following the official Animal Crossing Twitter page with themselves.
Although I would like to see an update that will allow me to snatch all the Animal Crossing Bells he snatched from me from Tom Nuuk, it may be an ideal idea. It is worth noting that "Mario Day" (also known as "Mar10 Day") happens to coincide with the new update in the same month, so maybe gamers can expect to find some Super Mario-themed merchandise on their islands.
This is not the first animal crossing news in February. Nintendo’s latest sales data shows that New Horizons has sold 31.18 million copies, which is 5 million more than Nintendo’s sales in November 2020. Despite the high sales volume, the game still ranks behind Mario Kart 8 Deluxe as the best-selling Switch game.
"Animal Crossing: New Horizons" surpassed the sales record of Grand Theft Auto V in the past 11 months, and only needs to sell another 2 million copies in the next two months. Although this is not easy to do, it is technically feasible. In other news about "Animal Crossing", the game received some new items around "world customs." Players were able to purchase ogre costumes yesterday, and can expect the Bean-Tossing Kit to go on sale today. "Animal Crossing: New Horizons" is currently only available on Nintendo Switch.