Nintendo plans to support Animal Crossing: New Horizons with more events in the future

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Animal Crossing: New Horizons is a big success for Nintendo, and players can look forward to the game receive a whole lot of support in the coming months. Earlier today, Nintendo released its fiscal earnings report for investors, which showed successful sales despite the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. One major reason for Nintendo's success is Animal Crossing: New Horizons, which has outsold the previous two Animal Crossing games in just the first six weeks. According to the report, Animal Crossing: New Horizons has sold 13.41 million copies, which is more than either Animal Crossing: Wild World or Animal Crossing: New Leaf sold during those games' entire lifespans.

Nintendo isn't resting on Animal Crossing: New Horizons' laurels either. Nintendo also noted in its earnings report that it will be supporting Animal Crossing: New Horizons with "continuous updates." While we've already seen some of the early updates in the form of the Bunny Day update and the addition of Redd and Leif as new vendors, it seems that Nintendo is gearing up for Animal Crossing: New Horizons to be one of its marquee games over the coming months. And if you want to buy Animal Crossing New Horizons Iron Nuggets, visit 5mmo.com, a professional online in-game currency store.

Originally, seasonal events came pre-baked into Animal Crossing games, but for New Horizons, internet connectivity brings new content to the game via intermittent updates. This keeps "time traveling" players who adjust their Nintendo Switch's calendar from cheating to get early access to seasonal items. Time travel is still allowed in the game for the purpose of accelerating processes like growing trees or building structures, but it's a practice that some sections of the Animal Crossing: New Horizons player community frown upon.

The risk when it comes to "living games" like Animal Crossing: New Horizons is that, if they don't sell well enough, support from the developers will begin to stagnate and the games will never reach their full potential. While that fear still casts an ominous shadow over some corners of the video game industry, it's not a concern for Animal Crossing: New Horizons. With its strong sales and cultural impact, Nintendo has no reason to do anything but continuously support the game for months and years to come.

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