Animal Crossing’s big 2.0 update was released early by Nintendo
To be fair, Nintendo had previously stated that the major 2.0 update for Animal Crossing: New Horizons would not be released until November 5th. As a result, you’ll be able to get your hands on all the new features two days earlier than originally planned.
Free 2.0 was announced in a Nintendo Direct presentation earlier this month. Item storage has been increased, there is a “pro” camera mode and the ability to cook food with grown ingredients are just some of the new features in this update. Brewster’s coffee shop, a notable omission from the base game, is perhaps the most anticipated addition.
There is a $24.99 “Happy Home Paradise” add-on, but it isn’t yet available in-game, despite the fact that it is still listed in the eShop. N64 and Sega Genesis games will also be included in the Nintendo Switch Online “expansion pack,” but subscribers to that service haven’t been able to access it yet.
After Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, Animal Crossing: New Horizons is the Nintendo Switch’s second most popular game. Nintendo had sold a total of 33.89 million copies of its games as of June 30th of this year.