The Animal Crossing: New Horizons Web Page No Longer Mentions In-Game Purchases
Animals Crossing : New Horizons had some awful news in recent days about their arrival on Nintendo Switch. The game will not have the support for cloud saving or the option for data saving. After all, we pointed out that the user would also invest in the game. The ESRB ranking for this game does not mention’ in-game purchase‘ on the app page. It seems that this is no more the case.
Whenever fans find the word’ in-game purchases,’ they are full of doubt and deceit. When microtransactions and in-game shopping in a game are not completed, fans will quickly outrage developers and publishers. In-game shopping tends to vary players ‘ gaming experience. If someone can afford something in a game, the game is unfair to others.
A game will give a player an advantage if you gain any characters or weapons. Those who can’t make purchases at the game feel abandoned even if they paid for the basic game. The word’ in-game purchases’ was granted to Animal Crossing by New Horizons under its ESRB classification.
This is not the first time that the franchise has purchased in-game. Pocket Camp had microtransactions and a paid subscription service was added to it.
We didn’t know if purchases in the game would serve the same purpose as in Pocket Camp in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. It might be a listing of a paid DLC. Nintendo is known for providing and paying additional content for switch games. In the rating section on the Nintendo Game page other games had’ in-game purchases’ listed.
The good news however is the recent removal of the word “in-game transactions” from the Animal Crossing: New Horizons website. The ESRB ranking now only includes the word ‘ Comic Mischief.’ We don’t know whether this was because of the fear of a negative reception or because it was a void. Nonetheless, fans can now be happy because they know they’re not going to spend any money on the game.