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The ‘Animal Crossing’ fall update is all about Halloween


Halloween is just a few weeks aways, and Nintendo has announced an Animal Crossing: New Horizons fall update that will introduce a busy month of decorating, costuming, and pumpkin farming starting September 30. The update comes at an especially welcome time, as the CDC has already (appropriately!) poured cold water on the idea of door-to-door trick-or-treating, meaning we’ll be needing our Animal Crossing islands to live out yet another pastime ruined by current events. Hey, at least we can still invite friends to our digital paradises. Silver linings and all that.

Halloween prep on the island

Animal Crossing: New Horizons/Nintendo Co., Ltd.

Once you download the update, you’ll be able to check out a plethora of new Halloween-themed…



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