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Animal Crossing: New Horizons is Getting a Whopping 1,072-Page Guide Book in Japan on April 28, 2020

Japan loves its monumental information books and it’s getting a whopping 1,072-page “complete” information e book for Animal Crossing: New Horizons.

The information e book’s title is Animal Crossing: New Horizons – The Complete Guide. It options the whole lot wanted to your comfy island life, from helpful data to necessary information. In addition to an introduction for every villager, it has particulars for each merchandise within the sport.

It additionally supplies recommendations on utilizing the NookPhone’s many options, a whole information for all island amenities, helpful strategies to assist with the island life, and loads of different info that may come in useful.

Animal Crossing: New Horizons is Getting a Whopping 1,072-Page Guide Book in Japan on April 28, 2020

Kadokawa will publish the information e book in Japan. It might be out there for simply 1,650 yen plus tax subsequent month in Japan on April 28, 2020. It is presently out there to pre-order through Amazon Japan. Unfortunately, the huge information e book has solely been introduced in Japan to this point.

In case you missed it, Animal Crossing: New Horizons broke Japanese first-week gross sales information with 1.88 million units offered in its debut. That was sufficient to interrupt the earlier report held by Pokemon Sword and Pokemon Shield‘s 1.36 million items. Read extra about its weekly gross sales efficiency here.

Animal Crossing: New Horizons is presently out there worldwide for the Nintendo Switch. Check our previous report to learn to make villagers transfer in Animal Crossing: New Horizons.

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