The new Animal Crossing updates are huge

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Animal Crossing: New Horizons is getting two very substantial updates next month. The first is a free version 2.0 update and the second is a paid DLC which will have players take the role of an Animal Crossing vacation home designer.

There are a ton of new features, characters, and quality of life improvements in both updates so we decided to put it all in a short digestible video for your convenience… Speaking of digesting, did we mention the new Animal Crossing version 2.0 update includes cooking? Oh, you didn’t watch the video yet? Well, what are you waiting for?

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[YouTube] Animal Crossing: New Horizons Direct 10.15.2021

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