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0 update for Animal Crossing: New Horizons, as well as the Happy Home Paradise DLC, have both been released, and hopefully most of you have had a chance to play through them

As of today, the massive 2.0 update for Animal Crossing: New Horizons, as well as the Happy Home Paradise DLC, have both been released, and hopefully most of you have had a chance to play through them.

Due to Brewster, Gyroids, home designs, and even the return of one Mr Resetti, we've all had a chance to get our bearings in a post-2.0 world, and so we'd like to know: what has been your favorite part so far?

I'll take the initiative first, so that no one else feels intimidated.
For me, the entirety of Happy Home Paradise would be the most enjoyable part of the update, but that would be overstating things. That is considered cheating. My interest in interior design has been rekindled in the game by the addition of new design tools, such as partition walls, counters, ceiling decor, soundscapes, and accent walls, among other things.
FANS' DISSATISFACTION WITH THE ANIMAL CROSSING: NEW HORIZONS DLC IS ADDRESSED IN THE BASE GAME

For a long time, getting the desired effect required using tricks — simple panels served as partition walls, desks were transformed into kitchen countertops, and so on. But things have changed. With the help of official tools, it is now much easier to design interesting and varied rooms.

It's fascinating to see how small adjustments can lead to big breakthroughs. Creative people have already discovered new ways to use the new items and tools, such as turning Glow-In-The-Dark Stickers into transparent window panes, using partition walls and accent walls to create a garden or balcony, and combining ceiling décor with floor furniture to give the illusion that there are curtains or lights inside them, among other innovations. There are several new tricks demonstrated in this video, including:

 

 

Additionally — and because I'm the one who's writing this, I have the ability to bend the rules — I really appreciate the fact that many of the new 2.0 features are intended to help people ease back into the game.

The Beautiful Island ordinance allows me to clean up those weeds in no time (and if things get really bad, there's always Leif's island-wide weed-pulling service to call on), and Katrina's friendship boosts allow me to recover from the time I've spent away from the island. Harv's Island provides me with easy, daily access to Saharah, Kicks, and Redd, allowing me to catch up on all the things I've missed more quickly, and Kapp'n's boat tours provide me with access to seasonal islands, allowing me to collect all of the recipes and materials I missed out on.

Those things do cost money, to be sure. But, thanks to the Nintendo Switch Online app, I can keep track of turnip prices relatively easily, ensuring that in no time I'll be a multimillionaire. Almost certainly. I'm crossing my fingers.

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