Animal Crossing: New Horizons players are very happy this week because the highly anticipated update 2.0 and the happy home designer paid DLC finally launched. The double update makes the game Animal Crossing: New Horizons more popular with players, and the newly added content and features are even more a driving force. This includes farming capabilities, formulation of island-wide ordinances, increased DIY storage space, 16 new villagers, and so on.

In fact, update 2.0 of Animal Crossing: New Horizons also brings back the fan’s favorite character, Brewster. The Dove Barista opened his cafe in the museum, giving players and other NPC characters a place to relax and drink coffee. Although Brewster may find a laid-back attitude and the style of a taciturn person, fans have already begun to see something surprising in the cafe. In fact, a long-running NPC in the franchise also seems to have returned.

Since the first animal crossing, the grumpy mole character known as Mr. Resetti has been yelling at the player, reminding the player to save and warning them to reset instead of saving the game. In Animal Crossing: New Horizons, Resetti's work is outdated because the game is now automatically saved, so if the player gets lost or gets stuck while visiting other islands, the character has been downgraded to send the player back to his home.

However, in Update 2.0, Animal Crossing: New Horizons players began to see moles appearing in Brewster's Cafe, which surprised many people. Resetti seems to appear randomly, even for those who don't have his amiibo character, this makes many people believe that cafes can have completely random NPCs. Some even scanned Resetti's brother Don into the game, which brought both moles into the cafe so that players could chat with them. In any case, Mr. Resetti seems to retain his trademark grumpy attitude, especially when recalling his old opponent, the reset button. You can buy Animal Crossing Bells and Nook Miles Tickets on MMOSO.

For those who might want to get more experience from Animal Crossing: New Horizons, the first and only paid DLC extension is also available now. Unlike free updates, Happy Home Paradise allows players to become holiday home designers, listen to the requirements of the characters, and make their dream home a reality. Located on the new archipelago chain, players have full creative permission to create villagers’ holiday houses, judging from the interior, exterior, seasons and weather currently experienced at the location. If you want to buy some in-game items, you can go to MMOSO to check them out. I will often buy Animal Crossing Villagers and Nook Miles Tickets there.

If you are not familiar with MMOSO and have doubts about it, I will briefly introduce it. Maybe this is a comprehensive game item website, but there are items you want New Horizons 2.0. You can take a look, after all, it is a regular website and will not lie to you. I buy game items there mainly because it is safe and cheap, and ship quickly.