During the last Nintendo Switch Online broadcast yesterday (October 15), Nintendo finally unveiled the first paid DLC for Animal Crossing: New Horizons called Happy home paradise.
The editor confirmed that Happy home paradise will launch on November 5 and retail for £ 22.49 ($ 24.99). Additionally, the DLC will also be available as part of the Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Pack subscription level.
Following the revelation, Animal crossing Fans have speculated what this means if they want to cancel their Switch Online + Expansion Pack membership, as the DLC includes a feature called Paradise Planner, allowing players to travel to the islands to design houses for the villagers.
Nintendo clarified this, confirming that players will still have access to certain features, stating, “Players can still continue to access certain things that they have unlocked in. Animal Crossing: New Horizons – Happy home paradise on their main island, including the addition of counters, partitions, as well as the addition of mood lighting and soundscapes, even though their access to Animal Crossing: New Horizons – Happy home paradise is suspended.
“However, it will not be possible to visit the archipelago if players lose access to the DLC. In order to be able to visit the archipelago and respond to vacation home design requests again, you will need to purchase the DLC separately or renew the Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Pack membership.
In addition to the Paradise Planner feature, the DLC will feature Brewster and its coffee The Roost, a comeback Animal crossing The character, Kapp’n, will also be included in the DLC and will end up on his boat near the island’s pier when it launches. In addition, new decoration and customization items will be available as well as a new farming and cooking mechanic, and more.
In other news, New world players have created their own minimap to help navigate the MMO’s open world.