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6 Totally Rational Ways to Prepare for Animal Crossing: New Horizons

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6 Totally Rational Ways to Prepare for Animal Crossing: New Horizons

Animal Crossing: New Horizons is just a matter of days away. It’s a big moment for Animal Crossing fans, who have waited nearly a decade for the next entry in the series.

It’s understandable, then, that you’d deem it necessary to prepare yourself for its release. Tie up a few loose ends before you really settle down into your life on this deserted island getaway package courtesy of Tom Nook.

If that sounds like you, fear not. We’ve broken down each of the things you’ll want to take care of ahead of March 20, so you’re all Animal Crossing: New Horizons’.

Quit Your Job

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We’re only a matter of days away, and dependent on how committed you are to really make the most of Tom Nook’s Deserted Island Getaway, you have two options for stage one of our preparations.

If you’re all-in, know you’re ready for the Animal Crossing: New Horizons life, and are ready to leave this mortal coil behind, then go right up to your boss, slam down that notice letter, and march out of their proudly donning your Tom Nook t-shirt.

This, really, is a necessity. You’re going to need to spend all free time you have earning Bells to pay off that mortgage Tom Nook has saddled you with. You have no time for real-life work and money.

Alternatively, if you’re not completely set on living out your days with Kiki, Bob, Lucky or Maple, you can always go down the self-isolation route. Hey, you’ve got to look after yourselves out there right now. It’s not our fault your illness conveniently lines up with Animal Crossing: New Horizons’ release date.

Anyway, with work either temporarily, or permanently dealt with, you can walk on home, ready to begin phase 2 of our preparations.

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