Animal Crossing: New Horizons has a short but extremely successful past. What fans are now interested in is probably the future of the popular life sim. Normally players only find out about patches and updates in a timely manner when they are released. Now a data miner could have taken a comprehensive look into the crystal ball. "Ninji" claims to have discovered a whole range of new features in the Animal Crossing: New Horizons code. However, whether all content finds its way into the game in the same way remains to be seen: everything can, nothing has to - data mining is speculative.
Animal Crossing: New Horizons - From new plants to museum upgrades, everything is included
Only Nintendo knows for sure what the future of Animal Crossing: New Horizons has in store for players. It is certain that future updates will be developed and released for the game. When new content will come, but above all what exactly it consists of is written in the stars. At least there is reason for speculation. The dataminer "Ninji" has a comparatively comprehensive list released with new features for Animal Crossing: New Horizons.
For example, the code mentions additional upgrades for the museum as well as two completely separate buildings: a museum shop and a museum café. There can also be another upgrade for Nook's shop.
The data minder also found objects in the program code. These include flowers: azalea, camellia, holly, hibiscus, hydrangea and osmanthus, but also vegetables such as tomatoes and carrots or pumpkins and potatoes. There was also talk of seafood at least in Update 1.0.0. Overall, according to the Dataminer, the list may change between updates 1.0.0 and 1.1.4. Diving should be able to catch other fish than fishing, as well as algae.
Exciting: the Japanese name of "Reiner" is mentioned. He should be able to have a ship docked on a secret beach in the north of the island.
Art is also a theme, first as an area in a house, then as a game mechanic. The fake works of art from the predecessors could find their way back into the series and also be implemented in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. There have already been indications of this through conversations with some residents who explicitly mentioned a “gallery” in the museum.
All the information about future content is purely speculative and comes from the code. It could be features that are actually planned, but also fragments of the program code, including ideas that have already been rejected by the developers.
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