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New Animal Crossing Game Offers A Classic Comfort In A New Way

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New Animal Crossing Game Offers A Classic Comfort In A New Way

New Animal Crossing Game Offers A Classic Comfort In A New Way

Nintendo revealed "Animal Crossing: New Horizons" during its presentation at E3 2019.

This is more than eight months after it first teased that the series was coming to the Switch.

"Animal Crossing: New Horizons" will bring players to a deserted island to start a brand new village.

Players will explore the island, collect materials, and craft new items says Business Insider.

As many as eight different players can live on the same island and build their own homes together.

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