Animal Crossing: New Horizons is only one month away and if you’re the type of person who loves reading through physical guide books and learning all there is to know about video games, then you will be happy to know that there’s an official companion guide for New Horizons now available for pre-order through Amazon.
The guide is 432 pages long will cost you $29.99. The listing describes the book as a “perfect guide for getting the most out of island life, and the ultimate reference for anyone who insists on having it all.“
There are also some high-quality bookmarks included in the guide book that features character artwork and an online calendar to help you keep track of important events/holidays that may be going on on your deserted island.
Speaking of the island, the listing for this official companion book also confirms that the ever-important Museum will be making a return from previous Animal Crossing games.
The listing reads, “Museum lovers will be in for a treat – as long as you’re willing to be the one providing the exhibits! It’s a hands-on approach to preservation, and every budding naturalist or paleontologist needs a solid reference book to consult. You won’t find a single specimen that’s not covered here.“
For those that are new to the franchise, the museum was a place for players to bring in their fossils, bugs, and fish, so that the museum curator, Blathers, could display them in the appropriate sections for all to see.
Fans might’ve been worried that due to the island setting this time around, the museum might be gone from New Horizons, but now there’s nothing to worry about! We’re not sure if Blathers will make an appearance though, so we’ll just have to wait and see who’s gonna take care of our precious critters now.
Animal Crossing: New Horizons is set to launch for the Nintendo Switch on March 20, 2020. Be on the lookout for a special Animal Crossing-focused Nintendo Direct tomorrow (Feb. 20) that will show viewers around 20 minutes of the upcoming life sim title.
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