Animal Crossing: More updates are in development from AnneBullock's blog

Animal Crossing: New Horizons seems to add new content that players have been waiting for.

Site DodoCodes stated that New Horizon’s recent 1.10 and 1.11 updates include code that references Museum Café. In the first few issues of Animal Crossing, The Roost coffee shop Buy Animal Crossing Bells operated by Brewster sold coffee to players and allowed players to work in the shop to earn special rewards. And in the previous Animal Crossing game, the Roost had a separate floor in the Museum.

According to the latest data, we know that the 1.11 patch refers to the camera parameters of "IdrMuseumCafe". This is after adding new content in version 1.10, and also refer to the new camera settings other than "IdrMuseumEnt03".

And the 1.11 version of the code also includes a "cNpcMemory:TalkProgressMuseumBuiltCafe" logo, this code seems to mean that the Museum will be expanded in future updates.

More than a year ago, hints of coffee shop expansion plans appeared for the first time, and at that time another data found citations about coffee shops and art galleries, and the art gallery was really released soon.

Earlier this week, Nintendo has assured players that more free content is now in development. They said that information about them will be shared with everyone in the future, and they hope that players will pay attention to this, and then thank you for your support and patience.

For each update of the game, it is something Animal Crossing Bells players are looking forward to, so let us wait patiently.

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