Nintendo has promised that more updates for Animal Crossing: New Horizons will be released in 2021, and these are just a few of the highly requested features.
Animal Crossing: New Horizons was released at a time when the rest of the world was shut down, providing many fans with the ideal opportunity to enjoy the game to its fullest. Despite the fact that Nintendo had promised many ongoing updates to the game as time progressed, fans have grown increasingly dissatisfied with the game's lack of updates in more recent times.
As a result, even though Animal Crossing: New Horizons continues to receive updates, many of them are simply new items that have been added to the game. What fans have been clamoring for are updates that contain a little more substance than just items, and that are on the shelves within 1-2 or two days, rather than weeks. You can purchase Nook Miles Tickets or Free Animal Crossing Bells.
In the year 2020, Animal Crossing: New Horizons introduced a number of new features, including the ability to grow and harvest pumpkins, swimming, the ability to purchase bushes, and the return of Redd, to name a few. When Animal Crossing: New Horizons first launched, it was missing a number of key features from previous games, some of which were later added in a later update.
Despite the fact that the game appears to be more complete now than it did at launch, there are still a number of features that some fans would consider important, and which are therefore absent from the overall experience. Nintendo has recently stated that more Animal Crossing: New Horizons updates for 2021 are indeed on the way, and fans are hoping that one or more of the game's older features will make a comeback.
Gyroids Appear in the Animal Crossing Franchise
Gyroids, which were inspired by the Haniwa clay figurines that resemble humanoids, were a type of furniture item that players could find alongside fossils buried underground. Gyroids were first introduced in the first Animal Crossing game and remained a mainstay in every game until Animal Crossing: New Horizons, in which they were no longer present.
Gyroids function as a piece of furniture that, when activated, emits a sound that is determined by the family, type, and size of the Gyroid. In a room, only a certain number of Gyroids can be switched on at any given time, and when this number is exceeded, another will turn off, Exchange Tickets are currently unavailable. They are, however, a workaround for purchasing bells ACNH, so make sure to trade them in once you have received them.
Lloid is the only Gyroid to make an appearance in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, and he serves the same role as in previous games as the NPC who collects donations for public works projects. This confirms that Gyroids do exist in the New Horizons universe, though whether or not they will make a return is still up in the air.
Gyroid will typically spout random noise if they are activated, though if there is music playing, they will attempt to keep up with the beat of whatever music is playing. Despite the fact that the player can only have a limited number of Gyroids activated at any given time, the combination of Gyroids and music would create a unique ambiance for different parts of the player's island if Gyroids were to make a comeback.
Brewster's Cafe - The Roost
The return of Brewster and his cafe The Roost has been a popular request, and recent data mining has suggested that it may be on the horizon. Brewster is a non-player character (NPC) that fans would welcome back because he provides yet another outlet for social interaction. Players can interact with other villagers who are enjoying a cup of coffee in his cafe, and they can even purchase a cup of coffee for themselves.
Over time, the player will be able to specify the type of coffee they would like to drink. In Animal Crossing: New Horizons, the player can earn money by working for Brewster, who will reward the player with his own brand of Gyroid, the Brewstoid, if the player makes the perfect cup of coffee for his customers.
If both Brewster and Gyroids were included in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, the combination of more social interactions with villagers and the player being rewarded with Gyroids would be a welcome addition.
Though it appears that if Nintendo decides to add one or both of these features, they will rework them to make them compatible with New Horizons, just as they have done with other features. Player emotes, for example, was unlocked when the player visited The Marquee in Animal Crossing: New Leaf; however, now the player is rewarded with player emotes at random from villagers, making The Marquee somewhat redundant unless it is reworked.