Can we time skip to next month? Nintendo has revealed a whole host of features is coming to its quarantine hit Animal Crossing: New Horizons on November 5. A 23-minute video streamed on October 15 unpacks all the new content that will be available through the game’s last major free update, as well as its first paid DLC expansion. In Version 2.0, Brewster will run his Roost café, Kapp’n will give tours, Katrina will tell fortunes, and Harriet will teach us some of the 11 new hairstyles available. We’re also getting nine fence options, new lighting and ceiling decor, permanent ladder placement, an increase on the bridge and incline cap, more storage, and new furniture items (yes, including the beloved Froggy Chair). Players will have a range of new activities to enjoy. For example, we’ll now be able to grow crops that can be used in cooking recipes, lead group stretches, hang out with popular NPCs at Harv’s Plaza, collect and plant Gyroids, and take selfies with villagers (who will finally be able to invite us to their homes).
Meanwhile, Happy Home Paradise, the game’s paid DLC, will allow players to design dream homes for NPC customers you can select via Amiibo. If you’ve played the Animal Crossing spin-off Happy Home Designer, the concept should feel very familiar. The expansion naturally comes with a ton of interior design capabilities, and is available as a standalone purchase for $24.99. Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Pack memberships will also include access to the DLC. The premium subscriptions, which launch on October 25, offer annual plans that cost $49.99 for an individual and $79.99 for a family.
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Black Friday has come and gone, but Best Buy Canada is still offering shoppers plenty of pre-holiday savings. Their selection of weekly Top Deals is filled with new must-have items, whether you’re shopping for your self or for a gift for a loved one.
No matter if you’re looking for a new laptop, TV, or home appliances, this week’s crop of deals are not to be missed.
Best Buy Canada is currently offering shoppers the chance to save $150 on one top-rated pair of noise-cancelling headphones. The Sony WH-XB910N Noise Cancelling Headphones normally retail for $350, but until Dec. 9, you can score them on sale for $200.
These Sony wireless headphones are designed to offer top quality sound as well as comfort that you can wear all day. They feature built-in EXTRA BASS noise-cancelling technology to deliver an immersive audio experience without any disturbance for hours of entertainment on-the-go.
Each set of headphones has a long-lasting battery life that offers up to 30 hours of use on a single charge and touchpad controls to make selecting your music a breeze. You can shop these headphones on sale in either blue or black.
What shoppers are saying
Backed by a 4.8-star rating from Best Buy shoppers, these Sony headphones have been praised for their excellent build quality and “top-notch” sound.
“These are amazing headphones,” shared one reviewer. “The EQ let’s you customize precisely. The 360 sound feature is really effective. Plus you can turn the volume loud and set the bass to either heavy or mellow.”
“I have to point out is that the noise cancelling on the WH-XB910N is near perfect!” another shopper wrote. “I couldn’t even hear my dog barking in front of me with active cancellation turned on. So if the goal is silence, these are great at it. Pairing was a breeze with the Sony App.”
Shoppers have noted that the tap capabilities can take some getting used to, but all of the benefits of these headphones far outweigh the slight learning curve.
In case you’re looking to pick up a pair of these headphones for yourself, be sure to shop them on sale while you can! You can also browse more of this week’s Top Deals below.
This innovative tablet comes equipped with Dolby AtmosQuad speakers to ensure a premium audio experience that keeps you entertained.
Cans and bottles of sparkling water and soda are sure to become a thing of the past once you add a SodaStream Fizzi machine to your kitchen.
With both a front and rear-facing camera included, this dashcam kit has every angle of your car covered in the event of an accident.
Save $160 on this 43″ 4K TV that includes voice control, Dolby Vision, DTS-X Sound, built-in Wi-Fi, built-in Fire TV and more features.
Get in on the latest kitchen craze with a versatile and easy to use air fryer like this touchscreen Bella Pro model.
This laptop makes it easy to get work done when you’re at home or on the go and comes with an HD display, a fast-charging battery, and a precision touchpad for easy navigation.
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Fortnite Chapter 2 has ended and Chapter 3…has not quite started just yet. After the calamitous battle against the Cube Queen, Fortnite (and right now, the Epic Launcher) is down until Chapter 3 comes online. Last time this happened, we got a black hole animation for a few days. Now? My guess is that won’t be that long, but players are now floating in a vast ocean, waiting to make their way to the map.
So, how did we get here?
Well, to start things off, players are put in a somewhat defensible area alongside a friendly blue cube, who fought back against the Cube Queen and her hordes of Cube Zombies and flying saucers until it was impossible to survive.
Then, that transitioned seamlessly into a cutscene where The Foundation rescues Jonesy from Doctor Sloane’s torture and reveal himself to be none other than The Rock, which is no great shock, given all the hints the game and he have been doling out lately. But it is neat to see him playing a Fortnite original character, rather than himself or something from a different licensed IP, which is how we usually see celebrities enter Fortnite.
We were warped back to a playable sequence where we ran through tunnels under the island, escorted by a scientist that sounded suspiciously like Joel McHale. Once the chamber flooded, we emerged to watch the entire island flip over and reveal a brand new island underneath, which will serve as the Chapter 3 map.
Then, a tidal wave came, as you imagine might happen when an entire island flips over, and now players are stuck floating clutching debris like Jack in Titanic, waiting for the greenlight to head to the map. As of right now, we do not know how long that will be.
Fortnite is moving over to Unreal Engine 5 as of this new chapter, so it’s a bigger transition than usual. But we also did see the battle pass trailer leak earlier today, implying that perhaps it won’t be that long until the game returns. Maybe tonight, I’d guess no later than tomorrow, so players can still hop in during the weekend, but we’ll have to see. Stay tuned for updates as we get them.
As far as Fortnite events go it was…pretty good. Lately, these have been more cinematic than not, where you’re a pretty passive observer. This one integrated a cutscene directly, and I personally find the concerts more engaging, but it was still cool.
So, you can keep trying to log in to see when Fortnite stops being down, but it’s likely going to be a bit, so keep an eye on social media for clues on when things will return and you can dive into Chapter 3. More to come, stay tuned.
Update: Debris is starting to float through the water. Maybe this is how we end up on shore eventually:
Update 2: The map is slowly being revealed by this website, asking people to flip their social media photos and post #FortniteFlipped
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