Animal Crossing: New Horizons
|Animal Crossing: New Horizons|
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Animal Crossing: New Horizons is a game in which you rapidly deprive an island of its natural resources in order to craft tools that never stop breaking.
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LOTS of updates.
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Unused room IDs exist for additional rooms for the Museum have existed since launch. Haniwa is the Japanese name for Gyroids.
Artwork and the art gallery were added in update 1.2, but the art gallery consists of only one room, not two like the IDs suggest. Gyroids and the café were added in the 2.0 update, but the museum shop still hasn't been added.
These are normally unseen in-game. Every room has a white skybox around the modeled area.
While in the island overworld, the model for the Dodo Airlines building contains an unseen low poly mesh for a desk on the inside. It is impossible to see this through normal gameplay.
Hey, are you the one visiting from [Town name]? You're [Player], yeah? I knew it! When I first saw you, I said, 'I...don't know that person.' I thought maybe you were maybe a spy or something... But what would you be spying on? I didn't know! THEN I remembered hearing we have a visitor who is definitely NOT a spy! Anyway, I'm Wilbur! Welcome to [Town name]! Enjoy your non-spying stay!
Wilbur is always stored out of bounds in the Airport behind Orville. However, he cannot be interacted with, and can only be seen in the short cutscene when you go to someone else's island. Unusually, talking to the out-of-bounds Wilbur while on someone else's island brings up the above text. This dialogue is normally used as one of a few greetings lazy villagers will give to players who are visiting another player's island as a guest. Wilbur does not have any other dialogue for being talked to in this map in other scenarios, prompting an empty speech bubble in those cases.
This is a .bfsar Dummy sound file with an unknown use.
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These are .Nin_NX_NVN model files containing only .dds texture files. They have an unknown use but they seem to be placeholders. Also, the gray dummy texture is misspelled as "gary", which is likely a typo or a mistranslation.
K.K. Slider's Guitar
While not unused, it is impossible to see the stickers on the back of K.K.'s guitar without requesting a song to be played. The texture reveals that they are "passes" with drawings of Brewster and Dr. Shrunk on each. These are references to past locations where K.K. has performed: The Roost (run by Brewster) in City Folk & Wild World, and Club LOL (run by Dr. Shrunk) in New Leaf.
DJ K.K. Icon
At the initial release of the game (1.0.0, to be precise), an icon of DJ K.K. was present in the game data. Although DJ K.K. was added in the game in the 2.0 update, it was updated to give him headphones, with the headphone-less icon being left unused.
This is an unused dummy animation file. This file seems to be a placeholder.
Throughout New Horizons, the player can obtain Reactions, which are small animations used to display certain emotions (like in previous games); however, some of these animations aren't actually being used. The majority of these unused reactions are exclusively used only by NPCs and villagers and sometimes the player in certain conversations between two villagers or in other situations, but some are just animations that have no use whatsoever. Oddly enough, the Shrunk Funk Shuffle from Animal Crossing: New Leaf is also here, despite Dr. Shrunk not being able to teach you exclusive reactions.
The Animal Crossing series
|Nintendo 64||Doubutsu no Mori|
|Nintendo DS||Animal Crossing: Wild World|
|Wii||Animal Crossing: City Folk|
|Nintendo 3DS||Animal Crossing: New Leaf • Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer|
|Wii U||Animal Crossing Plaza • Animal Crossing: amiibo Festival|
|iOS/Android||Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp|
|Nintendo Switch||Animal Crossing: New Horizons|