Sometimes, yes sometimes, mistakes in the game are not tolerable, but wonderful. One of these special bugs was recently patched out of Animal Crossing: New Horizons – much to the chagrin of the players. Fortunately, Nintendo is not stingy with its bugs and has brought them back as a feature.
It only rolled on Wednesday size Summer update to the idyllic villages of Animal Crossing: New Horizons, and with him former glitch, which has now been integrated as a feature: Until early July, players could still use a camera bug in Animal Crossing, in which the in-game ads of the HUD could be displayed during recordings and photos; then a patch swept him out of the game.
But now the glitch made a lot of sense. After all, the players could create much nicer photos and videos without the annoying user interface, and there was no official option to hide the HUD to date. That changed with the summer update: The former mistake is now a feature and back in the game, which may be the best possible happy ending for a glitch.
“The former Camera app glitchwho allowed you to remove the HUD is now back in version 1.4 Animal Crossing: New Horizons as native features. Simply press the right analog stick to remove the user interface. Thank you, Nintendo! “
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It’s also nice that Nintendo apparently listened to the fans here: As the comments under the Twitter post show, many mourned the loss of the glitch – which was probably the reason why the bug was allowed to return from the realm of the dead.