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Classic Animal Crossing features not yet added to New Horizons

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Classic Animal Crossing features not yet added to New Horizons

The players of Animal Crossing: New Horizons are looking forward to the arrival of news. Despite its new features and the many updates that Nintendo has provided, Animal Crossing: New Horizons continues to be missing quite a few basic elements of the saga as a whole. Well, today we will talk about some of the main features that have not been added yet, but that possibly should be.

Here are some of them:

  • Let the neighbors visit the player’s house : In many previous titles, villagers could schedule a time to come or show up without notify players when they were home, allowing them to pay a short visit and have a unique dialogue with the NPCs. New Horizons lacks this feature, as well as other interesting interaction opportunities. The lack of similar items and minigames in Animal Crossing: New Horizons may be part of what makes it feel relatively “empty” compared to other Animal Crossing games. However, we remind you that the dataminers found some indications that the neighbor visit function could return.
  • Characters: For example Dr. Sito, Figaro and Captain. Others, like Estela, appear in the game but lack their usual related buildings.
  • Buildings: The Observatory is not included as part of the Museum in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, and consequently players cannot make constellations in the sky of their city. Larger shopping areas, such as the views in New Leaf and City Folk, also do not appear in New Horizons, and the Post Office does not appear in the town proper.

    Nintendo promised content updates for New Horizons later in 2021, which perhaps indicates that the return of the holiday season could receive some big changes to the game. If so, it would be the perfect opportunity for Nintendo to bring back some of the still-missing Animal Crossing features.

      Although none of this is confirmed that returns, the Japanese company appears to be keen to continue supporting Animal Crossing: New Horizons for the foreseeable future, making it more likely that some of these features could be reintroduced.


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