Players of Animal Crossing: New Horizons have discovered a trick that allows them to instantly renovate a Villager's home.
You can see a screenshot of a post on the Animal Crossing: New Horizons subreddit that was extremely popular. As explained in the post, if you discover that one of your companions has a run-down home, you can actually have it immediately renovated by speaking with Isabelle and expressing your dissatisfaction with their residence.
Making a scene in front of Isabelle is certainly one way to get things done. It's a little like complaining to the island manager about how someone's house is extremely ugly and how it's causing you distress, but who are we to argue with a method that is clearly effective, and does so almost instantly? Perhaps Isabelle does not mind being our shoulder to cry on from time to time.
One brilliant way to spruce up the homes on your island, and it can be done in a short period of time. It's also a great way to give your New Horizons island a fresh coat of paint, which is especially useful if you've only recently returned after being away for an extended period of time from it. As one of our writers recently discovered, that can be a bit overwhelming, so it may be beneficial to ease you back into the world of Animal Crossing.
In Animal Crossing, a fan recreates the train scene from the film Spirited Away.
When it comes to video games, there is perhaps no better example than this tribute to Spirited Away in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, which demonstrates how wildly imaginative fans can be.
Earlier this year, user Pepper_Gecko posted a picture of their meticulously-crafted island recreation of the famous train scene from Disney's Spirited Away, which was first shown in the 2001 animated film. Anyone who has seen the film will undoubtedly recall the surreal, chilling, yet bizarrely haunting scene from Hayao Miyazaki's magnum opus. It is a scene that will stay with you for a long time. There are few moments more memorable than this from what is arguably the most influential animated film of the past two decades.
The island code is DA-0824-9020-1383 in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, in case you're interested in checking it out in the video game. It will almost certainly be free of those disgusting roaches as well!
Although it has been nearly two years since the release of Animal Crossing: New Horizons, the game continues to be enormously popular. Fans are flocking back to the game in large numbers now that the massive 2.0 update has been released. After Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, it's the second most popular game on the Nintendo Switch, with over a million copies sold.
There will be a Black Friday event in Animal Crossing: New Horizons this year.
Global inventory shortages and supply chain constraints will have a significant impact on the holiday shopping season in 2021. It appears that Timmy and Tommy Nook of Animal Crossing: New Horizons will be holding their own Black Friday sale in-game starting on November 26 as part of the new 2.0 update, which will be available starting on November 26 in the United States.
This information has been provided by ACNH players who have dared to travel weeks into the future in order to visit Nook's Cranny in search of bargains. According to a report published yesterday by NintendoLife, Timmy and Tommy will be hosting a special Nook Friday event that will run from November 26, the day before Black Friday in real life, to November 30, the following Tuesday.
Over the course of this period, the brothers will reduce the prices of everything in their store by 30%. That's a nice bit of money off the top of small ticket items, and it could mean a difference of tens of thousands of dollars off the top of more expensive ACNH items. Other players have begun to post screenshots from the future on the internet, confirming the event's occurrence.
It should be noted that this does not necessarily imply that everything in the game will be discounted by 30 percent. Nook's Cranny only sells certain items on specific days, and the items available vary from player to player. Furthermore, time traveling back and forth will have no effect on this, even if you are the type of person who would even consider doing such a thing, which I am confident you are not.
It's possible that I missed Nook Friday because I re-created my island and haven't yet upgraded Timmy and Tommy's shop to its final version, as I did on November 26 to check it out early. Fortunately, for me and anyone else who happens to be reading this, there is still plenty of time to accomplish this.