Animal Crossing New Horizons Will Not Support Cloud Saves

Animal Crossing New Horizons Will Not Support Cloud Saves

During an interview granted to the French portal Gamekult, the game director Aya Kyogoku and the producer Higashi Nogami (both recently promoted by Nintendo ) have unveiled several new information on Animal Crossing: New Horizons, new chapter of the famous series first shown at Nintendo Direct E3 2019.

From the chat, it emerged that the title will not support the functionality of cloud backups provided by the Nintendo Online subscription. According to Nogami, the choice was made to prevent players from manipulating time, one of the fundamental concepts of the entire production. Animal Crossing: New Horizon, among other things, will support automatic saving for the first time ever for the series, an important novelty that has led to the dismissal of poor Mr. Resetti! Don’t worry though, it seems that he has already started looking for a new job …

The two also explained that they have no intention of launching companion apps for mobile devices, so that everyone can enjoy the experience with only the Nintendo Switch game, and that some interface elements can be controlled with touch in mode. portable.

Animal Crossing: New Horizons, has emerged from the Nintendo Direct E3 2019 trailer, will be launched on March 20, 2020, delayed by a few months on the roadmap. For the first time in the series, it will support local multiplayer.