A Bet Over Animal Crossing: New Horizons Screwed Me Out Of from tonghuan's blog

For some time in the past, I was ashamed of my Animal Crossing: New Horizons. I call it "severe stress" and "patient exercise". The hatred of Animal Crossing: New Horizons last week should have been reported because I was defrauded of $ 30.

There is a little background: I have not donated a fish to Blathers. I prefer to sell the captured bugs for some Nook miles Ticket, so it took longer to unlock the museum. As a result, some friends, including some of my dear Kotaku colleagues, mocked me and I "probably" felt "bad" for Animal Crossing.

A friend of mine took things further. He condemned "New Horizons" as a "easy game" and claimed that he could open the museum in a day. It is impossible to travel without time, right? I called him bluff and made a bet. If he gets a copy of "New Horizons" and successfully opens the museum within 24 hours, I will share the cost of his game. If this is not the case, he just spent 60 bucks in a game.

There are some refinements in the terms, but we soon came up with seemingly specific content: "Tomorrow at 8:00 PM, I will have a museum on the island." The only thing said about the game is a variant of "This game looks bad" or "I didn't buy the game".)

Then he turned on the switch nervously, and I was ready to gloat, but the scene in front of me surprised me. He had an emerging island community, Nook ’s Cranny opened for business, a bridge across the East River, a resident moved in, and two People are on the way. His house has been upgraded twice.

Actually he has been playing this game for a while. Some time ago, I created an account on his Switch. Recently, when shopping for new games on Nintendo eShop, he found that Animal Crossing: New Horizons does not have a "Buy Now" button. It is a "redownload" button. He was able to use his account to do this without any problems.

All of this contradicts many of Nintendo's claims about storing data in "New Horizons." In February, before the game was released, fans were uneasy about the news that New Horizons only supports one island in each Switch. You can create separate houses on the island (up to eight, depending on how many accounts are on a given console), but if you want a second island, you need a second Switch – logically speaking, The second copy of the animal hybrid: New Horizons.

Of course, most people do not have multiple switches available. But for those who do this, knowing that you only need to purchase a digital copy of the game should be a little comforting. You can go to a safe and private store to buy the items you need, so you don’t have to worry about some things in the game. At: https://www.iggm.com/animal-crossing-bells.

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