Nintendo Switch Animal Crossing: Microtransactions? Probably Not

Those of you who are Nintendo Switch fans can now chill because the company does not want to bring microtransactions to Animal Crossing New Horizons anymore. For this game, The ESRB (Entertainment Software Rating Board) has been updated before the launch of the game.

However, on the product page for the next game from the Animal Crossing series, you could see an ‘in-game purchases’ notice, which has been recently added. This is why people started to talk about Nintendo wanting to add microtransactions to this release.

But this was all only a rumor because they have updated the product page again. The in-game purchases tag is not there anymore. We believe that it won’t go the same as its mobile spinoff Pocket Camp did – an app full of in-app purchases. Things are not that great with Pocket Camp, which now has its own subscription service.

We will all find out for sure on the 20th of March. Players will be led on a tropical island, and it is all part of the Nook Inc. Deserted Island Getaway Package.

The official description says: “If the hustle and bustle of modern life are got you down, Tom Nook has a business venture up his sleeve that he knows you’ll adore: his brand-new, ultra-exclusive Nook Inc. Deserted Island Getaway Package!” Be part of this world and cross paths with amazing characters.

Animal Crossing is a social simulation game that was developed by Nintendo. You get to play human characters who live in a village that’s inhabited by anthropomorphic animals, which do a different kinds of activities, like fishing and catching bugs. It simulated real-time passing.

Four Animal Crossing games have been released. We are waiting for the fifth one, New Horizons. The game has sold more than 30 million units all around the world.

Arya Spetza

Arya Spetza

Arya Spetza helped bring BleeBot to a full-fledged tech news site by researching the latest technology gigs. She continues to assist in keeping the site covering all kinds of techy subjects.

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