Animal Crossing: New Horizons free update will land on November 5th

Animal Crossing: New Horizons Will get a free update on November 5th, which brings Brewster to the game.

Brewster will open a cafe on the second floor of the museum. After you meet certain requirements of the museum director Blathers, the habitat will be available. The Roost offers hand-selected coffee, which is very delicious, and some residents of the island will also come to participate.

If you use an amiibo phone in a cafe, you can use a compatible amiibo card to invite other characters to join you. If you want, you can even invite friends to your island and take them to Roost to enjoy coffee together.

In the free update, the sea shack singing Kapp’n will take you to different islands by boat. You can take a boat trip to the wharf where Kapp’n hangs out, and he will serenade you on the way. You may arrive at an island with a mysterious flora you have never seen before, or an island with different seasons and times.

There will be new shops in the plaza of Harv’s Island, including Katrina’s fortune-telling shop. Harvey wants to invite more stores to form an open market, and you can contribute Bells to realize it. You will see familiar tourists on the island, such as Redd, Saharah and Kicks, who will open shops. The Reese & Cyrus store will provide furniture customization that cannot be done through a DIY workbench. Harriet can even teach you some different hairstyles.

The free update also introduces cooking and growing vegetables, as well as many other customizations and features.

You will be able to dig the gyroscope, so it is no longer just a fossil. Each gyroscope plays a unique sound, and you can customize them to match the surrounding environment when you place them.

As far as cooking is concerned, you can create DIY recipes after growing vegetables in your garden. These include tomatoes, wheat, sugar cane, potatoes, and carrots. You can combine your harvest or other ingredients and fill your table with various dishes.

Finally, further support for your island life: Nook, Inc. will appear in the form of a group extension on the square, a larger family storage room, and residents’ representatives will be able to make ordinances, such as reducing the rate of weed growth or distracting The speed of grass growth all residents get up early in the morning. These are just some of the ways you can adjust the island to suit your lifestyle.