After more than 1 year requesting new content for Animal Crossing: New Horizons, the fans are finally happy, because today the DLC debuted Happy Home Paradise and (long before) the 2.0 update, which together added thousands of new objects and cool features. But be careful, the DLC is not perfect, but includes a bug that even Nintendo is warning about.
Players have not wasted their time and (although many with the time travel trick) are already discovering all the news that the update and the DLC Happy Home Paradise they added.
Among the most striking additions are those of Happy Home Paradise, which offer slightly different gameplay mechanics than the original title, as it allows the player to be an interior and exterior designer and work for Lottie’s company, an old acquaintance of the series.
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What bug is affecting Animal Crossing: Happy Home Paradise?
Well, players apparently should take some care when remodeling the homes of their islanders once they have purchased the DLC. Happy Home Paradise, as a bug could appear that ruins the experience.
In fact, Nintendo did not take long to recognize the error and warned through its twitter account (NintendoUK) about it. In the message, the company made it clear that the bug is a reality and that it appears in the game when the player leaves the doors of his airport open and at the same time asks Tom Nook (through Resident Services) to remodel the house of a neighbour.
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What is the bug? It’s a mystery. Nintendo did not offer details, but made it clear that it is a gameplay bug that does not have a significant impact on the save files of the player or the people who visit it.
In addition, Nintendo strongly urged players not to carry out a remodel when the airport gates are open. In case the user experiences problems, they should log out, close the game, and relaunch it. The company said it is working on an update to correct the bug, which will be released sometime this month.
#AnimalCrossingNewHorizons players who own the Happy Home Paradise DLC may experience gameplay bugs if they visit Resident Services and ask to remodel a resident’s home while the gates at their airport are open. [1/3]
— Nintendo UK (@NintendoUK) November 5, 2021
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The free update 2.0 of Animal Crossing: New Horizons and paid DLC Happy Home Designer debuted today, November 5. You can find more about him if you visit his file or if you consult our written review.
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