I'm on 600 hours and have played AC because Wild World, but love NH. The updates help keep it fresh, I'm thankful they have chosen for this model and think a lot of people moaning do not understand that AC is assumed to be performed at your own pace. Which in my case is quickly, but I have remade my town twice and filled time doing various things. You can play with it endlessly with the material we have already.Just began playing a Animal Crossing Bells few weeks back and this is my first time being in a thread for this. Man, community seems toxic, might only stay from AC threads and continue enjoying the game...
It feels like these upgrades are so small, and they're so situational overly nothing feels as though it is going to survive out of fall. I'd rather have a couple of upgrades adding stuff from New Leaf back rather than a year of seasonal updates that include new things.. Like paintings, the gyroid cafe from prior games was datamined.
Not sure where they are, but I am sure they'll nevertheless be added. Nintendo only likes to drip feed content. Very gradually.
Nah, it was stated by Aya Kyogoku (director of this new foliage, which nintendo sadly don't understand ) and Nogami that the upgrades would be impacted by covid, which is the reason why they had to slow down.
Thats about 7 decades of possible development but its like they did not start until the Change published (I know AC and Splatoon share some folks but still). I dont find them adding a great deal more into the principal gameplay formula. More like they will focus on fine-tuning existing features and construct up/polish them. Loosely related to AC but anybody else miss My Sims? Guess they pumped too many offshoots outside and did not get the cash they had been awaiting.
Remove is the wrong word. They just didn't re-implement themyet. If they could have with keeping the same development period they could have.
Thats not how software development works. They needed to buy Animal Crossing New Horizons Items make the vast majority of the game from the bottom up. Developers were not spending time eliminating attributes, they were spending some time adding attributes.