The Christmas shopping season 2021 is by grace of global storage bottlenecks and supply chain restrictions. Animal Crossing: New Horizon‘s Timmy and Tommy Nook They aren’t, and it seems like the owners of Nook’s Cranny will be starting their business on Jan. new 2.0 update.
This message comes from ACNH Players who dared venture into the future for weeks and visit Nook’s Cranny for some bargains. NintendoLife reported yesterday that Timmy and Tommy are hosting a special Nook Friday event that runs from November 26th, the date of Black Friday in real life, to November 30th, the following Tuesday.
During that time, the brothers will cut the price of everything in their business by 30 percent. That is a nice saving on small ticket items and possibly a difference of tens of thousands of bells on more expensive items. Other players have started sharing screenshots online from the future that confirm the event.
Of course, this doesn’t mean that everything in the game will be reduced by 30 percent. Nook’s Cranny only sells certain items on certain days and that is different for each player. The traveling back and forth of time won’t change that either if you’re the type of person to even contemplate something like this, which you sure are not.
I did Go on November 26th to check out Nook Friday early but I didn’t find it, probably because I restarted my island and haven’t updated Timmy’s and Tommy’s shop to the final version yet. Fortunately, there is still plenty of time for me and everyone reading this (here
While Nook Friday is a cool new event to have ACNH, and a great way for newbies to catch up on their purchases, some players are disappointed that the The massive 2.0 update to the game didn’t add a brand new expansion to Nook’s Cranny. That would have been cool too! But there is also a wealth of other things 2.0, and since yesterday that Happy home paradise DLC, added and I could really use additional bells to finish buy everything.