‘Animal Crossing’ Direct showcase coming next week

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Tune in to find out what’s coming to New Horizons

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Animal Crossing: New Horizons Next week, October 15th, is getting its own Direct Showcase—similar to Brewster’s birthday.

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after revealing animal cross During its September Nintendo Direct showcase, Nintendo has confirmed a time and date.

to come animal cross The Direct will go live on October 15th at 3PM UK time – no coincidence it’s also Brewster’s birthday.

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Complete animal cross direct live on Nintendo’s YouTube Channel.

Nintendo has already confirmed that Brewster and The Roast Cafe will be back Animal Crossing: New Horizons – Accessible from within the museum. In previous games, Brewster had historically worked with Blathar at the museum, but was given a coffee shop of his own. new Horizons. However, new images teasing his return indicate that The Roast will be back where he was. wild World And city ​​folk.

But what else will be revealed during the live showcase remains to be seen. to come animal cross The direct will last approximately 20 minutes, with fans expecting content for the coming month to be announced.

Last Enough Content Updates new Horizons Arrived in March 2021. Since then, we’ve only seen holiday festivities, limited-time items in Nook Shopping, and general maintenance updates. But Nintendo acknowledged a lack of new content in July, promising more content updates coming this November.

Despite the lack of content updates, jewelry brand Pandora recently launched its island in the game, allowing fans to view and receive custom-designed clothing items.

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Animal Crossing: New Horizons is most successful animal cross Game to date, selling over 33 million copies since its release on Nintendo Switch in March 2020.

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