It’s About To Get Spooky In Animal Crossing: New Horizons

Joanna Estrada
October 1, 2020

But there's more content on the way!

Animal Crossing: New Horizons is getting pumpkin patches, Halloween costumes, and a trick-or-treat event as part of its fall update starting September 30.

"For players that have yet to create their personal island paradise in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, now is a great time to get started".

Aside from the Animal Crossing Switch console restock, the highly-popular Animal Crossing Amiibo cards will also be coming back in stock. Leif and Nook's Cranny sell them. Once harvested, pumpkins can then be put to use in special themed DIY projects. (It's not mandatory, though.) You can also collect candy. You can even procure body paint and colored eye contacts by exchanging Nook Miles. That's why Nintendo is updating the title for Fall, with new goodies for Halloween, including character options, DIY projects and even pine cones. You want to make sure to give Jack some candy as well since you can earn some mysterious in-game rewards. Luckily, you can learn a couple of new Reactions to properly express your feelings of fear. Now, players will be able to curate a list of their favourite islands to visit in dreams, making it easier to revisit them anytime. It will allow players to easily perform reactions in-game by using the mobile app.

On top of this, Nintendo teases that a special update for the NookLink mobile app will be rolling out early in October, which will allow users to perform in-game reactions easily, as well as a mysterious update (pretty sure it's Christmas) that will become available for Animal Crossing: New Horizons late in November.

It's also worth noting that Nintendo is planning to release the next free update for Animal Crossing in late November.

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