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Animal Crossing looks set to add cooking and vegetable growing
New datamine explores 1.4 patch
Future Animal Crossing: New Horizons features look to have been discovered in the game’s latest update, including vegetable growing.
Noted dataminer Ninji has been exploring New Horizons’ just-released 1.4 update and uncovered references to crops in the game files, including sugar cane, potato, carrot, wheat, tomato and squash.
Ninji also found references to sewing and cooking DIY items, he said in a tweet on Thursday.
The dataminer has previously uncovered Animal Crossing additions before they were added to the game, including the coffee shop, art gallery and diving.
Animal Crossing: New Horizon’s second summer update – out today – adds a number of new features including a backup save service.
The backup service is available to Nintendo Switch Online subscribers and allows island and user save data to be uploaded to the internet at certain times.
If a player’s Nintendo Switch system is lost, damaged or stolen, they may be able to recover their progress by contacting Nintendo Consumer Support.
The update’s second new addition, dreaming, is a returning feature from the previous Animal Crossing game, New Leaf, and allows players to visit other islands as a dream.
Finally, players will be able to experience firework shows every Sunday during August. Players can use Bells to redeem raffle tickets in the plaza to get various festive items.
The next update will be the free Autumn Update coming later this year. The first summer update added the ability to dive and more.