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Animal Crossing New Horizons takes you to the Muse from May 18




To celebrate International Museum Day, scheduled for May 18, Animal Crossing: New Horizons offers a program worthy of the 9th art.

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On your bourgeois island, once installed on top, you are very quickly asked to build a museum where you can exhibit various species of insects and fish. Imagine that Nintendo teaches us that some real muses have downright use this tool to organize guided tours,

like the Museum of Natural Sciences of Angers which organizes virtual visits in the game by giving many explanations on different living or today tinted species.

Via a recent free update, the museum can now be enlarged to allow players to exhibit many works of art. So much so that many museums around the world allow a considerable number of their works to be integrated into the game thanks to the Nintendo Switch Online application and NookLink.

This is the case of the Cincinnati Art Museum, the Getty Museum or the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, which offer thousands of works to be recovered by simply scanning a QR code in the application. With this tool, you can transform your island into a real art gallery!

All this to say that May 18-31, 2020, a special event will take place in the game. To celebrate International Museums Day, a buffer rally will be organized. Participants will receive a stamp-fill card observing the fish, insects and fossils on display, with a price per key!


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