Never mind, you can now (eventually) book and preload Animal Crossing: New Horizons On Nintendo eShop. Even better, if you have an old promotional game voucher, you can use it in upcoming games.
You may ask "What is a game ticket?" No one will blame you for this. Last year, Nintendo introduced a limited-time offer, and Nintendo Switch Online users can purchase two game vouchers for $ 99.99. Each voucher can be redeemed for a specific Nintendo Switch digital game, effectively saving you $ 10. The original list included a series of first-party Nintendo consoles and some select third-party consoles, but these coupons can also be used in some pre-orders.
As a result, people bid for their time and keep their coupons until "Animal Crossing: New Horizons" appears on eShop. The coupon does apply to the game, so those who wait can effectively save $ 10 on an electronic copy of New Horizons, which is likely to be the only deal we see on the title. Of course, even if you don't have a voucher, Animal Crossing's daily tasks can get you a good digital title-you don't need to mess around with your shopping cart often!
Of course, if you plan on going digital, you need a micro SD card to store it-the switch doesn't have much internal memory. You can buy a SanDisk Micro SD card for $ 34.99 at Amazon USA, which easily stores Animal Crossing and other items. If you still need an actual Switch, the Animal Crossing Switch model will be announced, and it will guide you very well.
If you really want a physical copy of Animal Crossing: New Horizons, you can get a copy from Amazon US or Amazon UK.