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Animal Crossing: New Horizons’ Second Summer Update is on its Way

​Animal Crossing: New Horizons​ is set to receive the second summer update on July 30th, also known as the ‘Wave 2 update,’ which will bring two major gameplay additions. The ability to dream is one of them, as The Verge reports, and new fireworks shows is the other. The Update Comes With Two New Abilities For Nintendo Switch Online subscribers, a cloud backup system is also going to be implemented, so you won’s lose your island. When it comes to the dreaming ability, Nintendo says players will be able to take a…

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Animal Crossing: New Horizons 1.3.0 Summer Update is Now Live

After teasing what fans should expect to see in Animal Crossing: New Horizons for this season, the first Summer Update is finally available. The new build gives players the ability to swim on waters and catch aquatic life beneath. This Animal Crossing: New Horizons 1.3.0 update is the second major build for the game, and it brings some significant additions to the title, such as purchase Wet Suits, go diving for Sea Creatures in the ocean, as we mentioned above, a new special visitor named Pascal, new Mermaid Set furniture…

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New Fish and Bugs in Animal Crossing: New Horizons Available

Animal Crossing: New Horizons developers have made available new crowds of fish and groups of bugs on Switch. Every month, the game receives a collection of the 80 fish and 80 bugs to collect in the title cycle in or out. The new additions come with a May update. Different Areas Get Different Creatures The creatures that are included in your Critterpedia migrate in accordance with the real-time sensors connected to the title’s clock, so you’d want to get to work. Animal Crossing: New Horizons has various seasons based on your…

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Nintendo Balances Animal Crossing: New Horizons’ Egg Number in the Bunny Day Event

The newly launched Animal Crossing: New Horizons is celebrating Easter by releasing an event called Bunny Day. The event comes with numerous kinds of eggs players can collect from their in-game island. These eggs can be developed into themed pastel items, which is an amazing concept, but the total number of the eggs made players unhappy. Nintendo has read all their concerns and requests and had proven to listen to the fans, as it released a new update midway through the Bunny Day event. As per the official patch notes, the…

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