In Animal Crossing: New Horizons, Villager Eugene’s vacation home is identical to Frasier’s renowned Seattle flat.
An Animal Crossing: New Horizons gamer essentially recreated Frasier’s iconic flat for villager Eugene’s holiday house. The Happy Home Paradise premium expansion included the opportunity to create vacation homes for villagers earlier this month. Happy Home Paradise is the first and only paid DLC for Additional Horizons, and it adds a tonne of new content to the best-selling Nintendo Switch game.
The DLC’s central premise is straightforward: in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, players must create fantasy vacation homes for the island’s residents. Users leave the island on behalf of the Paradise Planning Team and settle on a resort archipelago, where residents consider what they want in a designated getaway property. After selecting the best fit for one of the animals’ dream homes, players are given access to a plethora of customization possibilities. Members of the ACNH community have built several unique residences at the resort, but one Frasier-inspired creation, in particular, deserves special notice.
Pecheykeen, a Redditor, recently uploaded Eugene’s vacation home images, which they created for the koala villager whose arrogance hasn’t gone unnoticed since his debut in Animal Crossing: New Leaf. Eugene’s home is modelled like the luxurious Seattle flat Frasier Crane’s classic series Frasier, thanks to Pecheykeen’s interior design expertise. The Animal Crossing: New Horizons reproduction has everything from a gleaming black grand piano to floor-to-ceiling windows. Even Frasier’s mismatched recliner, which sits in the living room, is replicated by an equally mismatched chair in Eugene’s new living area. The following photographs show screenshots of the entire design:
It’s an incredible creation that will undoubtedly encourage other players to push the Happy Home Paradise content to its creative boundaries. As a result, who knows what users will think of next when inspiration strikes?
Happy Home Paradise and the Version 2.0 patch that came with it are the final big improvements for Animal Crossing: New Horizons that Nintendo has planned. The company has remained tight-lipped about its plans for the franchise, but a straight sequel to ACNH doesn’t seem too far-fetched, especially given the game’s massive success. According to Nintendo’s September 30, 2021 sales update, the game is approaching 35 million units sold.
On Nintendo Switch, Animal Crossing: New Horizons is currently available to play.