Animal Crossing: New Horizons ver. 2.0 releases for free on November 5th, alongside paid DLC Happy Home Paradise and new Amiibo cards

    Animal Crossing: New Horizons ver. 2.0 is on its way! Among the new additions to the game, we have new locations and activities such as Brewster’s cozy little coffee shop, The Roost, Harv’s RV shops, and Cap’n’s boat tours taking you to new islands. There’s also been a ton of new objects and actions added. This ranges from activities such as group stretching, a first-person camera mode with a tripod, and new hairstyles and reactions.

    But that’s not all- while this is the last free major update for the game, a new paid DLC will also come to the game! Titled Happy Home Paradise, the new DLC serves as something of a follow-up to the 3DS spin-off Happy Home Designer. It sees the player as a home designer, creating new homes for the colorful cast of villagers. Series 5 of the Amiibo cards will also launch, with 48 new cards. You can catch up on everything coming to the game in the video below.

    Ver. 2.0, Happy Home Paradise, and the Series 5 Amiibo cards will all launch on November 5th. Happy Home Paradise can be bought either separately for $24.99 USD or as part of the Nintendo Switch Online expansion pack, alongside Nintendo 64 Online and SEGA Genesis Online. Stay tuned at Final Weapon for the latest gaming news and updates!

    Heya, I'm Ryan, Twitter resident Mega Man nerd and lover of obscure niche games that nobody cares about. I've been gaming since I played Pokémon Emerald on the GBA, and my history is primarily Nintendo and Sony. I've been doing games journalism since 2019!

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