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Leonardo da Vinci in the Animal Crossing museum

Leonardo da Vinci in the Animal Crossing museum

Animal Crossing New Horizonsthe new chapter in the life simulator series by Nintendo, continues to reserve surprises for players. On the occasion of the Museum Day Of Monday 18th Maythe museum on our game island will house the works of Leonardo da Vinci thanks to a collaboration between Nintendo and the Leonardo da Vinci National Museum of Science and Technology.

Thanks to using some QR Code made available to the museum, we could enjoy some of the wonderful works of the Renaissance artist in the museum of Blatero. This is a more than original initiative to celebrate the day of museums and culture in our country even digitally. Further information will be released in the next few hours on which works will be available to our inhabitants and how to download them in the game.

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Starting from May 18th to May 31stthe Blatero Museum will also see the introduction of museum stamps. After receiving a special pass, museum visitors will be able to observe fish, insects and fossils and collect stamps at various museum exhibits to earn a reward

About Animal Crossing New Horizons

Animal Crossing: New Horizons is the latest installment in the life simulation video game series developed and published by Nintendo for Nintendo Switch. This chapter will allow us to settle on a practically deserted island on which buildings will be built and new inhabitants will arrive. As in any game, in order to afford our new home (and its subsequent expansions) we will have to go into debt with Tom Nookhere CEO of Nook Incwhich manages the island and its development.

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Here we will have the opportunity to collect fossils, catch insects, catch fish, make friends with the inhabitants and develop our island and our home more and more. For more information on the game, please read our review.