Animal Crossing: New Horizons' secret to success

[url=][b]buy Animal Crossing Bells[/b][/url] The latest installment in the Animal Crossing saga New Horizons is breaking all expectations. Although it has only been on the market for two months it has already sold 13.41 million copies making it the sixth best-selling game on the Nintendo Switch. Given that it is surpassed by games that were released years ago such as Mario Kart 8 Deluxe or The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild and the pull that the latest installment of Animal Crossing is having it would not be strange if it ended up becoming the console best-selling game.

What is the reason for this success? There is no doubt that the global crisis caused by Covid-19 has had a lot to do with it. The confinement that most of the world has faced has made many people have much more free time and a smaller range of leisure options. Interestingly this has caused sales of the Nintendo Switch to skyrocket to the point where demand is already higher than supply and Nintendo has been forced to increase the production of its hybrid console by 10% for the rest of 2020 And Animal Crossing: New Horizons is largely to blame as Nintendo itself explained in its analysis of financial results for the fiscal year ending March 2020:

"The release of Animal Crossing: New Horizons drove hardware sales greatly with console sell-through for the week of release reaching levels above weekly sell-through during the holiday season." —Fiscal Year Ended March 2020 Financial Results Explanatory Material

It would be naive to ignore the effect that the quarantine has had both on lifelong players and people who have just entered this world. Subscriptions to streaming services like Netflix Disney + and Amazon prime are up in the air and video game sales are not far behind. We are at a time when it is necessary to escape from the crisis we are suffering in which we miss the outside world more than we did when we were free to come and go as we pleased. And in the midst of that panorama Animal Crossing: New Horizons offers us to return to that world that has been taken from us.

Social gatherings have moved to Discord and Skype; those of work to Zoom and Teams; we see our relatives through the screens of our mobiles and computers. But the Nintendo game allows us to go further: it offers us a stage our islands in which we can meet our friends in which we can talk and interact with them in which we feel closer than we have been in weeks. It is not the same as face-to-face contact [url=][b]sell ACNH Bells[/b][/url] but it is better than just sending messages through a chat.

This without a doubt is a very necessary and not negligible function given the uncertainty in which we live. My only hope is that this game will teach us to value nature and outdoor life once we can get back to it and that we will be able to enjoy that world as much as we have its virtual equivalent.

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