Our favorite Nintendo Switch game just got better
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We all remember what it was like in our early forties when we all played Animal Crossing â¢: New Horizons game, right? It was an escape from what was going on in real life, and I’m sure many are eternally grateful for the role Nintendo played in keeping them occupied and entertained during those first few months and beyond, because admit it. the, his games are just plain fun. ! (not to mention they’re great for portable travel, so you can bring the Nintendo Switch system anytime, anywhere). And now, with the launch of the free game update 2.0, released on November 5th, many people are still enjoying Nintendo’s beloved title.
But it’s getting better. In addition to this free update, there is also a paid downloadable content called Animal Crossing: New Horizons – Happy Home Paradise. In this paid DLC, you will have the chance to join Lottie and the Paradise Planning team. In your new role, you’ll travel to a chain of charming islands in an archipelago where you can design vacation homes, decorate island facilities – like a school and restaurant – and discover new ways to create and personalize as you go. and as you gain experience in dreaming. vacation homes for your clients.
How do I get the DLC?
There are two ways to get the DLC. The first option is to buy it on Nintendo.com for $ 24.99 MSRP *, but keep in mind that you must own the full version of the game to play the DLC (sold separately). The second option is to buy a Nintendo Switch Online + Extension Membership pack. If you have an active Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Pack membership, you can download the Animal Crossing: New Horizons – Happy Home Paradise DLC at no additional cost, as well as gain access to additional perks like access to a Nintendo library. 64 â¢ classic. and SEGA Genesis games! An individual membership will cost $ 49.99 for 12 months, while a family membership will cost $ 79.99 for 12 months.
What can I do with Animal Crossing: New Horizons – Happy Home Paradise?
In the new paid DLC, you can help create vacation homes for guests on a variety of all-new resort islands. And once you find one that matches your client’s vision, you can start designing and making their vacation dreams come true. In addition, you can also add personalized touches to the client’s resort island – exteriors and interiors from the house to the backyard and even customize the weather to be sunny or rainy. And according to Nintendo, you can choose the picture book for your resort creation and use the vast inventory of the Paradise Planning team to decorate vacation homes without being limited to your own inventory, recipes or resources.
As you design more vacation homes for your clients, facilities like a cafe and school will open up around the Paradise Planning office. And if you are looking to improve your design skills, you can even improve your design game on your own island. These design options can be acquired by working as a member of the Paradise Planning team, which can be used on your island as they become available. They range from building partitions and pillars and creating ambiance with lighting to adding soundscapes to both your residents’ homes and yours.
Is it worth it?
Even though the DLC was released not too long ago, people took to social media, proclaiming their love for Animal Crossing: New Horizons – Happy Home Paradise. One person even tweeted, “I have so many problems [sic] Have fun with Animal Crossing #HappyHomeParadise DLC. If you want to try it, I personally think it’s worth it! Additionally, one of the best features of the DLC is that it makes it easy to share your masterpieces with friends ** by taking photos of your in-game creations and adding them to your portfolio. And who knows, you may even get more requests to create vacation homes when you show your work to other characters!
* Manufacturer’s recommended retail price. Actual price may vary.
** Any Nintendo Switch Online membership (sold separately) and Nintendo Account required for online features. Not available in all countries. Internet access required for online functionality. Conditions apply. nintendo.com/switch-online.