According to a leak, Animal Crossing: New Horizons may receive holiday items in an update

According to a leak, Animal Crossing: New Horizons may receive holiday items in an update

According to a rumor, Animal Crossing: New Horizons will be getting a Christmas update shortly, with new and returning festive items.

According to rumors, an imminent update for Animal Crossing: New Horizons will add new holiday-themed products to the healthy social simulation game. Players may create, build, and administer their island community populated by numerous animal villagers in Nintendo’s cute game. Throughout Animal Crossing: New Horizons, seasonal events have been featured, with players’ reactions to each festivity’s elements varying.

Like previous Animal Crossing games, New Horizons allows players to celebrate the holidays in their unique style. The festivities in the most recent chapter, on the other hand, have been widely panned by fans. Bunny Day, the inaugural holiday event in April 2020 and let players celebrate Easter and the spring season. Unfortunately, this incident resulted in a flood of collectible eggs, which could be obtained by completing simple tasks such as fishing or digging. This resulted in participants being bombarded with a massive swarm of eggs, which irritated them regardless of whether they liked the holiday event or not. The 2020 winter holiday event in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, on the other hand, was a huge hit, featuring a slew of new objects and villages for players to encounter.

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According to a new leak from, Animal Crossing: New Horizons may be getting a holiday update shortly. Samus Hunter, a well-known leader who has previously released early information on other Nintendo games, is credited with the alleged leak. According to the supposed leaks, the game’s Christmas update will reintroduce the Holiday Festivities launched last year. New things, however, are expected to be added to make the end of the year even more festive.

Animal Crossing: New Horizons may be gearing up for another holiday festival, but Nintendo‘s social simulation game just got a significant update. The game’s Happy Home Paradise DLC, released on November 5, serves as the game’s first and final paid expansion. Happy Home Paradise allows users to have more direct influence over the community and create their own vacation houses. This approach provides a great deal of flexibility, allowing the user to customize the interior of any structure in any way they choose. On November 3, Animal Crossing: New Horizons received a free 2.0 update, adding new mechanics like permanent vendor shops and remote island exploring.

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The development of Animal Crossing: New Horizons appears to have ended with the release of Happy Home Paradise and the 2.0 upgrade. On the other hand, minor updates and holiday events may still appear in the future, providing gamers with small amounts of new content to enjoy. While Samus Hunter’s alleged leak is in no way official confirmation, players should find out soon whether their Animal Crossing hamlet will be hosting a Christmas celebration.

The Nintendo Switch version of Animal Crossing: New Horizons is now available.

Source: ComicBook.comSamus Hunter/Twitter