Yep. Agree 100% the game feels incomplete as Animal Crossing Bells it is. It is such a shame. I understand Nintendo have said that they'll be releasing upgrades for 2 years or so, but honestly that is too slow for many players.At this point I'm beginning to think they intentionally uttered content so that they could add it afterwards. How else could they know that they have"two years" value of articles to include?
Oh yeah, that's certainly true. And it is annoying many gamers since the content they are withholding was available in earlier games and staples of their franchise (it seems odd to make us wait 1-2 years for Brewster, for instance ). They obviously want to milk this sport for as long as they can (even more so now that it has become a huge victory as a result of Covid).
Exactly! We have not even gotten any genuine new content aside from... pumpkins? Every upgrade so far has only been incorporating things from previous games. While it's nice to have updates to pull me back into the game it would be even nicer to add new characters/events/furniture that we haven't seen before.I thought it was only coincidental that the game was released through lock down. I really don't know what to think
There's a lot of things lost but a slew of improvements too. Nowadays, I am not really surprised when a new software (like games) neglect to include features of the past iterations. The missing sets I can understand with the regular updates and it seems to follow along with Animal crossing mobile game version, but things such as: villagers moving in Cheap Animal Crossing Items and outside houses, asking to visit your house, hide-and-seek type miniature games, random actions like kicking around a soccer ball are something which gave villagers life