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Nintendo Re-uploads Animal Crossing

Nintendo Re-uploads Animal Crossing

Nintendo is found on 23 September 1889 by Fusajiro Yamauchi. It is based in Kyoto, Japan. By market capitalization, the video game developer is known for its best top-selling video games.

Their creations include Maria, Pokemon, The Legend of Zelda, Animal Crossing, and many more.

Animal Crossing: New Horizons was running perfectly. It is almost ready to welcome the inhabitants to the land. Fans were super excited, but one problem caused a kill of excitement.

Disappointment Caused

Everything was running perfectly. The Animal Crossing game gained a lot of attention because of the cozy features it included.

The features include specially made DIY furniture patterns, re-formation of the island, and welcome of new villagers.

However, the excitement didn’t last for long. The concerns regarding the Cloud data save feature brought a bit of backlash. No one expected this from the game, which caused a huge disappointment among fans.

The original Nintendo Direct announced that the game would not have a Cloud save data features.

Also, the players will not be able to get the data back, but in case if the system becomes defective, they can retrieve it only by calling to Nintendo.

Re-Upload Of The Game

It is seen that Nintendo took all the backlashes from the players seriously and came back with the new version of the game. Nintendo re-uploads Animal Crossing with a change in saving data.

This decision was the reaction to the initial response from the fans. The director made the necessary changes.

This now allows players to recover the saved games more often than they initially thought. They, through a re-upload of a video, removed a one-time recovery of data.

They have changed into “more details on saving data recovery functionality will be shared at a future date.”

Users and players are waiting for this update soon. Because if something happens to the system, one surely needs a backup.

However, statements regarding new updates by the company seems to be mixed. The company mentioned that the game also includes the ability to transfer the files.

Whereas America’s website mentions that the recovery of the system will only be available in the event of failure, loss, or theft in the future.

These contradicting statements have generated immense havoc within players. We have to wait until Nintendo clears the air by providing its proper statement.

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