Animal Crossing: New Horizons is going to receive sewing and cooking

Animal Crossing: New Horizons is going to receive sewing and cooking

As you well know, this past dawn Animal Crossing: New Horizons has received a new update. Well, dataminers have already been diving into it to find details that offer clues about what will come in the future.

According to what has been shared, some data has been discovered that points to the arrival of interesting functions. This is what the Ninji dataminer shares:

  • The new object is known as ’35_Gyroid’
  • Objects known as ‘VgtTomato’, ‘VgtWheat’, ‘VgtSugarCane’, ‘VgtPotato’, ‘VgtCarrot’, ‘VgtSquash’, which point to the arrival of kitchen related functions
  • A new type of shrub: plumeria
  • References to sewing and cooking recipes

This would be indicating that we could soon enjoy functions related to sewing and cooking, although there is nothing official confirmed for now. Remember, though, that the dream feature added in this latest patch leaked in a similar way.

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