Here we get a curious detail related to the update you received today Animal Crossing: New Horizons. Apparently, the museum's art gallery hides a curious detail.
As you know, this new function allows us to add numerous works of art to the museum thanks to Ladino, who has arrived in the game. Well, it seems that one of these pieces has special relevance for Pokémon fans.
And it is that in a couple of paintings we can see Raijin and Fujin, creatures of Japanese mythology in which the Pokémon Thundurus and Tornadus are inspired. In fact we were talking about this topic just a few days ago on the web.
Here you can see it:
Overlap: Pokemon & Animal Crossing
Today's new update for Animal Crossing adds an art gallery expansion onto the museum. Two of these new art pieces are 400 year old paintings of Raijin & Fujin, Japanese mythology's thunder & wind gods who Thundurus & Tornadus are based on. pic.twitter.com/hYcmhIJxHa
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What do you think?