Animal Crossing: New Horizons 2.0, new inhabitants appeared early on Pocket Camp

Animal Crossing: New Horizons 2.0, new inhabitants appeared early on Pocket Camp

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Animal Crossing: New Horizons will soon receive new inhabitants on the island and apparently some of these have appeared earlier in Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp, thus revealing some of the new characters arriving with the game's update 2.0 for Nintendo Switch .

Although this is information freely disseminated by an official Nintendo channel, we point out that it could constitute spoilers in some way, so possibly avoid reading the following.

These are 8 new inhabitants who should arrive on the island of Animal Crossing: New Horizons with the big free 2.0 update, announced during the last Nintendo Direct, which will be released in conjunction with the arrival of the Happy Home Paradise DLC on November 5, 2021. Surprisingly, the new characters have been included in Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp and also presented in detail from the official game account.

As can be seen from the images shown in the tweets of the official Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp account, the new characters obviously have specific personalities and somewhat bizarre aspects. Let's see the list of the 8 characters and their characteristics based on what has emerged so far:

Ione - a "celestial" squirrel with a tail that resembles a starry sky Quinn - a decidedly "cool" looking eagle Cephalobot - a bizarre hybrid between an octopus and a robot Marlo - a hamster who, as the name suggests, it recalls the Marlon Brando from The Godfather Sasha - a very cute but lazy rabbit Shino - a very stylish deer Petri - a scientist mouse wearing a Tiansheng lab coat - a monkey reminiscent of characters from Chinese mythology

At this point we wait to see their arrival in Animal Crossing: New Horizons with the update 2.0, wondering what the names of the Italian version will be, usually quite different from the original ones in English.

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Animal Crossing: New Horizons new villagers are being released early... in Pocket Camp

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The new villagers heading to Animal Crossing: New Horizons as part of the November 5 update have been introduced early... in mobile spin-off Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp.

The eight new villagers including already fan favorites Sasha, Ione, and Shino are all being introduced to the Animal Crossing mobile game, while Animal Crossing: New Horizons players still have to wait a week until the Animal Crossing update 2.0 releases. 

In New Horizons, players will need to get their hands on the soon-to-be elusive Animal Crossing series 5 Amiibo cards to invite the new villagers to their island - which will also release on November 5. 

Announced via the Pocket Camp Twitter account, each of the 8 villagers got their own introduction which includes a high-quality image of each new resident, their birthday, and a short bio on each one. 

The new villagers include:  

  • Ione - a celestial squirrel whose tail resembles a starry night sky 
  • Quinn - the coolest looking eagle to ever grace our islands
  • Cephalobot - an octopus x robotic hybrid (similar to Ribbot)
  • Marlo - a hamster who gives off Marlon Brando in The Godfather vibes
  • Sasha - a super cute but lazy bunny villager 
  • Shino - a stylish deer villager that sports a white and red color scheme
  • Petri - a scientist mouse that wears a lab coat 
  • Tiansheng - a monkey villager based on a Chinese mythical creature       
  • If you haven’t been keeping up to date with the latest island goings-on - there’s a lot to catch up on. The biggest update Animal Crossing: New Horizons fans have had since the game launched back in March 2020 will also be the 'last free major content update' as announced during the latest Animal Crossing direct a few weeks back. 

    There’s way too much new stuff to reveal in this story, however, the main talking points of the 2.0 update include: Brewster and his cafe returning to Animal Crossing: New Horizons, farming and cooking making their way into the game, and the first paid-for DLC for New Horizons: Happy Home Paradise - which can be bought individually or as part of the Nintendo Switch Online Expansion. 

    To get even more excited about the upcoming update, find out why two Animal Crossing: New Horizons DLC drops are amazing for fans, and interesting for its future.

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