Animal Crossing: New Horizons is available now exclusively on the Nintendo Switch, and it hopes that it can bring some light and hope into some very dark times.
It seems that New Horizons has been in some form of development ever since 2012’s New Leaf released in Japan.
In a long interview with The Washington Post, the game’s Director, Aya Kyogoku, dropped a really interesting tidbit of information.
It’s well on its way to being one of the Switch’s biggest titles, but ironically, it began development well before the Switch existed.
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