According to Nintendo's announcement, Animal Crossing: New Horizons has now received its final major update, which brings the game to version 2.0. On the other hand, it would appear that players are not finished with the game just yet, as rumors suggest that Nook's Cranny will possibly receive an update in the year 2022. When a player first embarks on their adventure in New Horizons, Nook's Cranny is nothing more than a simple tent. On the other hand, as the player progresses through the game, the tent evolves into a small shop, which then evolves into its ultimate form.
It is understandable that players of Animal Crossing: New Horizons who are desperate for additional content would readily subscribe to a theory such as this one
1. However, in this particular instance, the theory is not merely a conspiracy theory; rather, there are a number of potential pieces of evidence that could support the concept
2. If the theory is correct, then players have no way of knowing when the new feature will be released for the game, and they may be waiting for quite some time if they do not find out soon
3. The fact that Animal Crossing: New Horizons has continued to receive minor updates after the 2
4. 0 patch is enough to make players optimistic about the game's trajectory in the future, regardless of the veracity of the claim that was made
Despite this, Nook's Cranny has been given more than two upgrades in the game during previous iterations of the game. Players had every right to anticipate that New Horizons would produce the same outcomes. A strange staircase can be found inside of Nook's Cranny, but it does not appear to go anywhere in particular. However, players believe that the 2022 upgrade to Nook's Cranny will expand the building in such a way that the staircase will eventually be useful in the game, which will ultimately lead to expanded space in the store. Aside from this, there have been multiple occurrences in which New Horizons players have witnessed building upgrades within the context of the game, such as the upgrade to the Museum. One thing that has remained consistent across all of these upgrades, however, is that the buildings keep growing until they cover the entire base that the building is set upon. In the case of Nook's Cranny, the base has not been entirely covered up yet; consequently, players are led to believe that there is a possibility that they will still receive an improvement to the building in the current year. Although Nintendo has stated that New Horizons will not receive any further significant updates, the rumored adjustments to Nook's Cranny will not be considered a major rework, and therefore Nintendo will not backtrack on its statement. However, players need to keep in mind that there has been no official announcement regarding an update to Nook's Cranny, so anything said about one at this point is merely speculative. Fans are still discovering everything that Animal Crossing: New Horizons has to offer, but there are a few shops that fans would like to see added for additional customization options. Some participants in the ACNH forum discussions have mentioned that they are very interested in the shop upgrades because it is difficult to locate the items that one desires until one has a very large shop. A voice from Vermillion was heard saying, "If there's one thing I wish we could get, it would be the upgrades for the Nook's Cranny or the Able Sisters."AKRPG made a prediction for the future shop upgrades in ACNH based on the data, and the following is a list of the shop upgrades that are most likely to be implemented in the future! You may recall that at the beginning of Animal Crossing: New Horizons, you don't even have a store to shop in because, as you may recall, you begin the game with absolutely nothing. You are required to make a purchase from either Timmy or Tommy in the Residence Services tent; however, once you have done so, you will be able to construct your very own Nook's Cranny, and it will remain in this configuration for a considerable amount of time. There is actually something quite peculiar about this, and that is the fact that Nook's Cranny upgrades into Nook's Cranny. This has never been a feature in any of the previous Animal Crossing games; instead, Nook's Cranny was the very first one you would start off with, and then it would upgrade into something else. There is a possibility that it will acquire a new name, and that the retail establishment will also undergo significant changes. To be fair, the exteriors and interiors of these two Nook's Crannies are very different from one another. Therefore, it is not accurate to say that they are disappointing simply because they share the same name. However, in terms of upgrades, it doesn't really feel like too much of a leap like it did in previous games, and one thing that is severely lacking from Animal Crossing: New Horizons is the ability to give Nook's Cranny a wide variety of upgrades. Therefore, the maximum number of times that Nook's Cranny could be upgraded is somewhere between four and five. Therefore, there are likely a great deal of enhancements and improvements that can be made to your shop. The T&T Emporium was the last and most significant upgrade for the shop in Animal Crossing: New Leaf, and it quickly became a fan favorite among players. ACNH Tropical Island Designs blends in perfectly with the bustling main street, which is where it was originally established. However, this was the coolest thing ever, and on the inside it was enormous and had open floors. Gracie was on top, followed by some pieces of furniture, and then there was a hodgepodge of miscellaneous items, including some tools and a leaf, at the bottom. It has been established through exploration of the data mines that Nook's cranny will, at some point, be upgraded.