“Animal Crossing: New Horizons,” which recently won the award at The Game Awards and has been a huge success worldwide every month since its launch, is a gift that we continue to give. And if Doug Bowser’s recent comments in an interview with Polygon pass, Nintendo will continue to support exclusive Nintendo Switch titles for some time to come. The exact time frame is unknown, but when asked about the title update next year, Nintendo’s president emphasized that Nintendo “definitely sees it going on.”
In addition to mentioning the update and Animal Crossing: New Horizons’ success, Dougbauser said: “Animal Crossing: What’s so unique and different about New Horizons is [user-generated content], And the ability of people to actually devote themselves to user-created content, make it available, and share it with friends. And that doesn’t happen in any rhythm. This is a continuous, constantly changing and evolving environment where people can visit each other’s islands and use their UGC to bring and share them. So I think that’s another aspect of strengthening engagement with Animal Crossing. “
So it’s no exaggeration to say that sales are strong and constant, and Nintendo is making efforts to keep the game fresh. The recent influx of inventories of special edition switches clearly shows what Nintendo wants to ride, with success for as long as possible until 2021.
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