Get ready to start picking weeds off your island because Animal Crossing: New Horizons, is welcoming its players back with the game’s latest update, Happy Home Paradise DLC, announced by Nintendo to be released on November 5.

Fans are now flocking back to their islands (probably overgrown with weeds by now), after the game’s previous stalemate with fans having grown temporarily bored with the game.

But now they’re back again! The DLC is available as a complimentary feature of Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Pack, with a 12-month individual and family membership plan for $49.99 and $79.99 respectively.

So here are a few memes of old to tide you by as you await the DLC launch – hope none of it gives you PTSD.

  1. An exciting new feature??

Luck’s on your side if you’re too lazy to get out of the house for some real exercise during the pandemic. For just $24.99, you get the privilege of doing your morning stretches virtually with a bunch of animals. Totally beats actually just doing it in real life, free-of-charge. 

2. A small price to pay


Like the man Thanos himself once said, 1440 bells are just a small price to pay for this dope looking chair. That’s right, the iconic froggy chair which had somehow managed to steal the hearts of every Animal Crossing player in existence will also be making a comeback in the latest update.

3. Breaking into homes are now legal


So… Villagers are now technically (legally) allowed to break into your homes. What better way to start your day with your furry residents showing up uninvited in your doorway? They certainly won’t scare the living daylights out of you, that’s for sure.

4. Personality first, looks come second 🙂


Got a room as bland as your personality? If this hits a little too close to home, fret not, for one of the new main features in the latest update includes many more opportunities for players to hone their interior designing techniques by designing vacation homes. 

5. Pls go to bed

Tarantulas spawn between 7pm to 4am. With that said, there’s really no need to be out and about at the ungodly hours of 2am flinging your net about. We understand that tarantulas are rare, but finding someone with a healthy sleep schedule nowadays is even rarer.

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