Animal Crossing: New Horizons
Developer
Nintendo
Publisher
Nintendo
Genre
Simulator
Platform
Nintendo Switch
Age Rating
RP
Release Dates
Nintendo Switch - 20th March 2020

Animal Crossing: New Horizons

Compare 5 Animal Crossing: New Horizons deals, with prices starting from just £39.85 to £54.99
Compare 5 Animal Crossing: New Horizons deals, with prices starting from just £39.85 to £54.99
Developer
Nintendo
Publisher
Nintendo
Genre
Simulator
Platform
Nintendo Switch
Age Rating
RP
Release Dates
Nintendo Switch - 20th March 2020
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Animal Crossing: New Horizons

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    £49.99

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    Ever wished you could just pack up your bags, move to a new town and then start a new life? Then Animal Crossing: New Horizons for the Nintendo Switch might just be the perfect social simulator for you. It’s the latest entry into Nintendo’s long-running series set in a charming world full of anthropomorphic characters, where you set up shop and decorate the landscape around you.

    Animal Crossing: New Horizons marks the first time that the loveable franchise has been rendered in glorious HD, having now made the jump from Nintendo 3DS to the Nintendo Switch. You begin by creating your own customizable character and moving to a deserted island, eventually going on to develop friendships and relationships with the rest of the AI community.

    Customise your character and home in Nintendo’s charming life simulator

    Animal Crossing: New Horizons is a social life sim that represents a different experience for every player. It’s all informed by such factors as: What do you want your new home to look like? Who will you choose to make friends with? Which activities will you engage in? New Horizons offers up all you need to create your very own Island paradise that will adapt and change in real time as the new seasons roll in.

    A brand new robust crafting system

    A new crafting system makes its appearance in Animal Crossing as part of New Horizons for the very first time. Now you’re encouraged to collect as much material as you can find, constructing everything from stylish furniture to useful tools that’ll then help you to build better, more beautiful items and objects of interest. Get stuck in and unleash your inner interior designer.

    Animal Crossing crafting

    Animal Crossing New Horizons activities

    An endless number of relaxing activities

    Of course, any social simulation game is will only be as strong as the core simulation aspect – and in this regard, Animal Crossing: New Horizons isn’t lacking for things to see and do. You’ll be able to engage in myriad relaxing activities like gardening, fishing and decorating, with planned seasonal events likely to be added the further into New Horizons’ lifespan.