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Animal Crossing: New Horizons has some problems when you create multiple accounts

When Animal Crossing: New Horizons introduced its characteristic set in February, followers had been excited to search out that as much as eight residents might be created for each copy of the sport. But, it seems that progress for the shared island as a complete is gated for everybody however the first participant.

While secondary characters will be created, it’s solely the primary resident to go to the island — the first account holder — who will get full entry to the sport’s full characteristic set.

Anger is at present spilling over into MetaCritic, the place followers are logging in to “review-bomb” the sport. The user-generated rating proper now’s hovering at 6.8, in comparison with over 9 from critics. Over 160 negative reviews have been recorded at time of publication, with a lot of them marked as 0.

One of the primary duties within the sport requires the first resident to donate 5 creatures to Tom Nook for research. Until the first resident donates these 5 creatures, a variety of options stays locked for all different gamers, together with the much-needed axe.

Additionally, Blathers and his museum won’t ever present up with out the preliminary donations. This creates a state of affairs the place secondary accounts had already paid off their journey bills and had been dwelling in small houses, however had been in any other case trapped on the tiny beginning island with out a lot else to do.

The most complete account of the difficulty is on the ResetEra forums. A member who goes by Sketch signifies that solely the island’s first resident is requested to assist improve the island, take part in new initiatives, or verify in on the standing of in-progress initiatives with Tom Nook.

“Tom Nook literally tells [other players] to ask me what I need,” writes Sketch. “This is really sad and destroys the backbone of what makes me love Animal Crossing.”

Polygon has reached out to Nintendo for touch upon the difficulty and whether or not it’s one thing that shall be addressed sooner or later.

Animal Crossing: New Horizons has some problems when you create multiple accounts

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