One of many many highlights of the current Animal Crossing: New Horizons Direct broadcast was the reveal of the ‘Glad Dwelling Paradise’ DLC.
It is primarily a follow-up to Happy Home Designer on the 3DS and shall be made out there as a standalone paid growth for the “one-time price” of $24.99USD / 24,99 Euros / £22.49, or might be accessed as a part of Nintendo Swap On-line’s ‘Growth Pack’ improve.
So, what occurs for those who play the ‘Glad Dwelling Paradise’ DLC along with your NSO membership and your subscription expires? Here is what a Nintendo consultant needed to say to our pals over at Eurogamer:
“Gamers can nonetheless proceed to entry sure issues they’ve unlocked in Animal Crossing: New Horizons – Glad Dwelling Paradise on their most important island, together with including counters, partition partitions, in addition to including ambient lighting and soundscapes, even when their entry to Animal Crossing: New Horizons – Glad Dwelling Paradise is suspended. Nevertheless, it won’t be attainable to go to the archipelago if gamers lose entry to the DLC. To have the ability to go to the archipelago and tackle requests of designing trip properties once more, you will want to buy the DLC individually or renew the Nintendo Swap On-line + Growth Pack membership.”
Acquired all that? You may nonetheless be capable of entry the brand new constructing options and something you unlocked in Glad Dwelling Paradise in your island, you simply will not be capable of go to this particular location as soon as your ‘Growth Pack’ membership has expired. Once more although, for those who do not wish to fear about issues like subscriptions – you may at all times buy the New Horizons DLC.
Will you be signing as much as NSO’s ‘Growth Pack’ to play this new Animal Crossing DLC, or will you be paying for the standalone model? Depart a remark down under.