700-Page Animal Crossing: New Horizons Official Guide Gets Huge Discount

The ultimate Animal Crossing: New Horizons reference guide.


An enormous Animal Crossing: New Horizons guide, titled Animal Crossing: New Horizons Official Complete Guide, is on the way from Future Press, and looks to be the perfect book for collectors and completionists alike. Amazon opened preorders earlier this month, but now the retailer is offering a massive discount, dropping the price down to $32.33.

The Animal Crossing: New Horizons Official Complete Guide will be published on April 30. Once you preorder a copy, Amazon will charge you the lowest prices offered between the time you place your order and when it ships. That means if you already preordered at full retail price, your cost has now dropped to $32 (and could go down even more).

According to the book’s Amazon store description, this massive 688-page hardcover guide covers absolutely everything in the game, including all New Horizons content available in the 2.0 version of the game, the Happy Home Paradise DLC expansion, and all seasonal events.

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You'll find explanations for New Horizon’s many systems--from building up your town and acquiring new villagers, to helpful tips on how to maximize your town’s income and suggestions for expanding your island. There is even a list of every item you can craft, collect, or catalog on your island, with steps on how to acquire them all. It seems like just about any question you may have about Animal Crossing: New Horizons will be answered somewhere in this giant guidebook.

Along with the gameplay guides, the Animal Crossing: New Horizons Official Complete Guide also includes background details on the various villagers you can meet and other fun facts about the game. All that information is presented with simple-to-read diagrams so you can quickly reference what you need while playing, and bound in a high-quality hardcover.

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