Animal Crossing Super Bowl Seasonal Items Now Available [Last Chance]

The latest New Horizons update has added a handful of new seasonal items to the game to celebrate the Super Bowl, Groundhog Day, and other February events.

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Animal Crossing: New Horizons' free January update is now live, introducing the Festivale event and a variety of new seasonal items to the game. A handful of these items are up for grabs right now for a limited time, with more to come as February rolls on.

Four new items were added to Nook Shopping's Seasonal tab immediately following the January update, including a Mr. Resetti model for Groundhog Day, as well as a football rug and cheer megaphone for the Super Bowl. The Mr. Resetti model is no longer available, but the bean-tossing kit will be on sale through February 3, while the Super Bowl items will be available until February 15. You can see how much each seasonal item costs below:

  • Bean-tossing kit -- 800 bells
  • Resetti model -- 2,200 bells
  • Football cheer megaphone -- 1,500 bells
  • Football rug -- 2,000 bells
Mr. Resetti model for Groundhog Day
Mr. Resetti model for Groundhog Day

In addition to those, two Valentine's Day seasonal items are also available right now. You can order a chocolate heart and a heart-shaped bouquet until February 14. More seasonal items will be added to the game over the next few days, including a red envelope for the Lunar New Year. As an extra bonus for downloading the January update, all players will also receive a free set of maracas in the mail. You can take a look at the new seasonal items above.

The biggest addition in New Horizons' January update is the Festivale event, which falls on February 15. As part of the event, Pave the dancing peacock will visit your town, and you'll be able to catch different colored feathers and exchange them for rewards. Nintendo is also introducing new clothing items and reactions to go along with Festivale.

Animal Crossing's next update is slated for March. Nintendo hasn't shared many details about the update yet, but the company had previously said it will introduce Mario-themed furniture to the game, in honor of the Super Mario series' 35th anniversary. Nintendo is also bringing the previously Japan-exclusive Animal Crossing Sanrio Collaboration Amiibo cards to the US in March.

In other Animal Crossing new, PowerA is releasing two new Animal Crossing Switch controllers featuring Tom Nook and Isabelle. The controllers launch on February 14 and retail for $25 USD each.

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