Animal Crossing: New Horizons is out for Nintendo Switch. But do you know that the game was not confirmed for the Switch?
Yes, Animal Crossing: New Horizons was not confirmed for Nintendo Switch, it has been shared by the director of the game, Aya Kyogoku.
Speaking with the Washington Post, The director of New Horizons confirmed that the development cycle for New Horizons kick-started before the team even began “thinking or knowing about Nintendo Switch hardware.”
Furthermore, Kyogoku said Animal Crossing: New Horizons does not care about the gender. The director said “New Horizons’s flexible nature extends to character customization, too. Clothing items and hairstyles aren’t restricted by gender, giving players more options on how to represent themselves in the game. This level of fine-tuning your character is “not just about gender”.
“We basically wanted to create a game where users didn’t really have to think about gender or if they wanted to think about gender, they’re also able to,” She added.
Keep in mind, New Horizons and Doom Eternal were released last Friday. But Amazon didn’t send the physical copies of New Horizons on the release day. Amazon officials said they would release the physical copies on March 24. So Amazon has started sending the copies to the players.