Animal Crossing: New Horizons has been out in the market for a month, but there’s a lot of things left to do in the daily life simulator. According to the latest datamine, there are some fan-favorite features and some new gameplay elements being added for the players.
If you don’t want to get spoiled by what’s coming to the Nintendo Switch’s title, it is time to stop reading the article. Those who want to know what is coming should read the details below.
New Museum Upgrades:
In the starting days of Animal Crossing: New Horizons, you build a Museum on your island that may get upgrades in the near future.
The latest datamine of New Horizons shows that the museum can get two separate updates. The first upgrade will allow having art on the first three floors of the museum. At the same time, the data also shows that Redd–which is a character of Animal Crossing: New Leaf–will dock his boat on the north shore of the island. The datamine code also has fake art, which simplifies that Redd’s penchant can make a return for selling fake art.
In the second upgrade, the museum will have two new buildings: the museum cafe and the museum shop. According to the leaker Ninji in this part of code, a Gyroid section will also be added to the museum.
Vegetables and Bushes:
According to the new datamine the vegetable and bushes will return to the game. You will be able to grow and pick the vegetables including wheat, tomato, sugar cane, potato, carrot, pumpkin, and tomato. Fauna like hibiscus, holly, Azalea, hydrangea, camellia, and osmanthus are also in the code.
Sea Food and Diving:
According to the new datamine, a new section in the Critterpedia is found to add seafood. 33 new items are added in the menu while before there was only one item on the menu: Manilla clam.
There is a new diving function added through which the player will be able to catch a new type of fish that can be fished and seaweed. It’s still not clear that the fish you will catch while diving will include in the seafood menu or not.