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It did not require the player who made it to be on line for other people to visit

It did not require the player who made it to be on line for other people to visit

Dataminer Theorizes The Possible Return of a Beloved Animal Crossing: New Leaf Feature to Animal Crossing New Horizons Items New Horizons

Last week Nintendo introduced a substantial update to Animal Crossing: New Horizons that comprised the inclusion of an art gallery into Blathers' museum as well as series mainstay Crazy Redd from whom works of art can be gotten. As perceptive players had detected in-game dialogue that appeared to imply that the art tradition existed, to some, this was unsurprising. Their easy logic was that it would have been bizarre for Nintendo to add content referring to an art museum, something from past Animal Crossing games, and not eventually implement one. Some newly-shared evidence points to a different Animal Crossing feature making its recurrence.

This evidence was assembled by a dataminer named Ninji straight from the match code and appears to indicate the return of the Fantasy Package from Animal Crossing: New Leaf, the prior mainline Animal Crossing game to New Horizons.The Dream Suite's primary function was to allow players to visit not other gamers' villages but simulacra of them. Throughout Luna, the tapir proprietor of the building, players could upload a simulacrum in their village, which, concerning the conceit of the Fantasy Suite proved to be a"fantasy" version of the village.

That copy would sit on Nintendo's servers, and may be retrieved either by friends with a code tied to this village, or randomly, through a feature that enabled seeing a random one of many dream villages uploaded to Nintendo's servers. Unless players chose to upgrade the version that is saved since it was a copy rather than the village it was not updated. It did not require the player who made it to be on line for other people to visit.

Ninji first detected a rescue file structure in version 1.0.0 of the match that included a field,"DreamID," that seemed unused and populated with only zeroes. Patch 1.2.0 then comprised an actor with the title"ActorNetDreamLand," and new, likely-related code which sends data to Nintendo's servers, which could be demanded for uploading dream villages. Currently seeing with friends' villages necessitates a Nintendo Switch Online subscription, so the Fantasy Package could offer a way to talk about villages. Or it could be a feature to the series' yield, further bolstering an already-historic game.

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