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Nintendo details a 'series of free updates' for Animal Crossing: New Horizons

April 21, 2020 1 min read

We all knew that a lot of Animal Crossing: New Horizons' content would come at a "later date," but now we have some sort of clue as to how that is all going to play out. Just this morning Nintendo gave us some details for upcoming seasonal events, including Leif's Garden Shop, Jolly Redd's Treasure Trawler, Nature Day, May Day Tour, International Museum Day and Wedding Season.

The garden shop will kick off on April 23, which will offer an "assortment of foliage, including shrubs and flower seeds" by way of the vendor Leif. Jolly Redd will "occasionally show up in his boat to sell in-game art, as well as furniture with unique colors." Naturally, the "is it real or fake" minigame continues, and players can sell real art to the museum.

Nature Day, which we already knew about vaguely, also arrives on April 12 and will run through May 4. During this time "special Nook Miles challenges" will be available that "focus on nature-inspired goals, such as planting trees and watering flowers." So...goals that are already in the game.

May Day Tour kicks off on May 1 and will run through May 7.

Nintendo also promises more updates "later in the year" to keep the game fresh. I hope they are all better received than Bunny Day!

Nintendo details a 'series of free updates' for Animal Crossing: New Horizons screenshot