Early patch notes for Animal Crossing New Horizons release 1.11.
CROSSING OF ANIMALS Players of New Horizons will soon be able to download the update 1.11 patch. Here’s when the new Nintendo Switch download will be available, as well as some early patch notes.
Update 1.11 for Animal Crossing: New Horizons will be available soon. Nintendo’s social media pages confirmed the release of the forthcoming Animal Crossing patch on Tuesday, with the 1.11 download scheduled for Thursday, July 29 in the UK and Europe. Weekly fireworks performances will be added to the Animal Crossing update, as well as new seasonal products.
“A free update for #AnimalCrossingNewHorizons releases on 29/07,” tweeted @NintendoEurope, announcing the 1.11 patch. To enjoy the next weekly Fireworks performances and new seasonal products, please ensure you have upgraded to the most recent version.”
“Under addition to these changes, new free material for #AnimalCrossingNewHorizons is presently in creation for later this year,” the account continued. Please stay tuned for further details in the near future. Thank you for your patience and support.”
The Animal Crossing New Horizons patch has yet to be given a release date.
However, based on previous releases, Animal Crossing New Horizons version 1.11 may be released at the following periods…
• Animal Crossing New Horizons update 1.11 will be released in the United Kingdom on Thursday, July 29 at 2 a.m. BST.
On Thursday, July 29 at 3 a.m. CEST, Animal Crossing New Horizons update 1.11 will be released in Europe.
• Animal Crossing New Horizons update 1.11 will be released in the United States on Wednesday, July 28th at 6 p.m. pacific time and 9 p.m. eastern time.
In terms of what else the update would add, Nintendo Wire reported on some incoming new products in an online post.
In an official Japanese news post for the update, these forthcoming Animal Crossing New Horizons goodies were unveiled.
Cotton Candy, tapioca drinks, and a popsicle are among the three new items added to Redd’s lottery in Update 1.11.
Dango, the cucumber horse, and the eggplant cow are two other seasonal goods that will be included.
Dango is a Japanese dumpling prepared from rice flour and served on a wooden stick in the shape of a ball.
The cucumber horse and eggplant cow are both elements of the Obon festival in Japan. This is a Buddhist holiday dedicated to ancestor spirits.
Wooden sticks are put into the vegetables by both the cucumber horse and the eggplant cow, according to “Brinkwire Summary News”.