To begin a brand new one is too daunting, knowing that I have to spend the exact same time to get there.The issue is also that people spent lots of their time on one game instead of other hobbies or games. Just not cool when people complain of not having more to do after spending 1k hours to the Animal Crossing New Horizons Bells match already. Especially those who struck the hundreds after a month or two two.I just can't for the life of me pick it up again after 400 hours performed since launch lol
People who hurried through the match, got all the current items they wanted, or finished their island are mostly those they're bored. And of course the ones with finished islands aren't satisfied with the gameplay, I'm only speaking about a segment of those individuals.
It's a slow paced lifestyle sport. It was never meant to have constant events to keep you entertained every week with new things such as Pocket Camp.I got over 100 hours and that I still have to repay my loan, complete the memorial, achieve my perfect landscaping and get golden blossoms.
I think people just blitzed through all the content way too fast.Yup. I don't like those kind of complaints whenever there are different games to play also. Can not get sucked into a single game and say there is not enough content. I am sure some of the player base is gone just because they only picked up a change and ACNH due to they hype. I've seen of YT movies of girls saying they don't play games but they just HAD to have ACNH trigger aesthetic.
I am on 600 hours and also have played AC because Wild World, but adore NH. The upgrades help keep it fresh, I am glad they have opted for this model and believe a great deal of people moaning do not know that AC is supposed to be played in your pace. Which in my case is quickly, but I've remade my town twice and filled time doing a variety of things. You could play it endlessly with all the content we have already.Just started playing a few weeks ago and this is my first time being at a ribbon for it. Man, community looks toxic, might only stay from AC threads and keep enjoying the game...
It feels like all these upgrades are cheap Animal Crossing Items so small, and they're so situational too nothing feels as though it is going to survive out of fall. I'd rather have a couple of upgrades adding things from New Leaf back rather than annually of seasonal upgrades that add new stuff.. Like paintings, even the gyroid cafe from previous games has been datamined.