Last month, Animal Crossing: New Horizons launched its DLC, Happy Home Paradise, bringing back the Happy Home concept from past spin-offs. It has also been popularized since its release, giving the player more control over customizations, such as resizing rooms inside and altering the motel’s exterior, a feature that isn’t available. during the main game, but many techniques that can be returned to the island are used on the player’s home, such as batting and walling.
Overall, the design mode (tap the down arrow to the left of the Joy-Con) makes it much easier to decorate the house, which is a must when it comes to Happy Home Paradise. The DLC is all about customizing the interiors and interestingly the exteriors of the vacation homes, giving players full control over the aesthetics and design of the villager houses they didn’t have before. Unfortunately, outside Design mode only available in Happy Home Paradise, it’s a shame because of how easy it is to decorate outdoors.
Outdoor decorations in Animal Crossing: New Horizons
NS Animal Crossing: New Horizons Update 2.0 brought a bunch of new features to the game that improve the design and decoration. Overall, having hundreds of new furniture options is a highly requested addition, but players can also make small but meaningful changes to their home like adding an accent wall. inside, changing the interior walkways and stairs, and adjusting the exterior layout. However, it would be nice if the Happy Home Paradise DLC included its outdoor design mode in the main game as well to ease the creation of islands.
Terraforming has been a great addition to Mule franchise and seems to be just what the series needs to do after New leavescarry out the ordinances, outdoor facilities, and leadership. However, it is a bit crude and limited, a bit difficult compared to other sandbox and design games like The Sims 4. Building and destroying land and water bodies is tedious, requiring the player to stand in a specific position and follow a precise sequence. Switching design mode to terrain streamlines the entire process.
Even just put the outside items in Animal Crossing: New Horizons can be a pain. For example, players often want to place items on top of furniture. While placing a lamp on a table may not be overly complicated as lamps tend to be similar in all respects, the same cannot be said about objects such as laptops, irons or plates. food. Usually it’s meant to face a certain way but there’s no way to really control how it will be laid down and sometimes rotating the furniture underneath it doesn’t work. In design mode, the item above can rotate independently on the furniture below, but again, this can only be done indoors in the base game.
Indoor outdoor design mode Happy Home Paradise DLC simply makes decorating easier. Building fences and laying paths is much faster and players are not limited by their location Mule avatars can travel — not to mention when the avatar gets in the way of the design. Maybe it gets in the way of his slow and steady style Mule franchise, but it also provides access to design techniques that would otherwise be impossible and will generally make decorating the islands much smoother.
Animal Crossing: New Horizons Now out on Nintendo Switch.
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