Animal Crossing: New Horizons is about to receive the free update 2.0, which includes a multitude of news for all users of the Nintendo Switch title. In addition, Nintendo introduced the payment expansion Happy Home Paradise (also included with Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Pack), which will be the first and only paid DLC of the hit video game. Nintendo has offered its position.
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After about 34 million units sold in just a year and a half, Nintendo confirms that from now on the title will only receive minor updates on a regular basis; but none more of the breadth of version 2.0 or with expansions like Happy Home Paradise, which is actually a standalone game in parallel, only this time as part of New Horizons (Happy Home Designer for Nintendo 3DS was sold separately).
In statements to IGN: “Animal Crossing: New Horizons – Happy Home Paradise introduces a new gaming experience in which the player joins the Paraido Archipelago team and helps make their customers’ dream home a reality,” says a Nintendo spokesperson. This team will be led by Nuria, Matías and the new monkey Miko. “It’s a major update to Animal Crossing: New Horizons, and it offers a distinctive and different gaming experience. Therefore, it made sense to include it as the first and only paid DLC for Animal Crossing: New Horizons”.
Animal Crossing: New Horizons – Happy Home Paradise premieres November 5
Animal Crossing: New Horizons It is available exclusively for Nintendo Switch in physical and digital format. The Happy Home Paradise expansion requires the full game to be enjoyed and can be purchased via eShop starting this Friday, November 5, 2021 at a price of 24,99 euros. Those who subscribe to Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Pack will be able to play at no additional cost and without the need to purchase the expansion.
Source | IGN