This release contains the Series 5 Collectors Album as well as bug fixes and enhancements

Given the fact that it has only been a few days since the previous patch update, Nintendo has released yet another patch update, bringing Animal Crossing New Horizons up to version 2


Given the fact that it has only been a few days since the previous patch update, Nintendo has released yet another patch update, bringing Animal Crossing New Horizons up to version 2.0.3, which is the most recent version available. Among the topics covered in our coverage of the 2.0.3 update is an examination of what's new in the expansion Happy Home Paradise, as well as a discussion of which bugs have been fixed. In addition, the Series 5 Collectors Album, which will be available in the coming weeks, is discussed in great detail as well. Additionally, a minor announcement that appeared to have slipped under the radar is covered.

There are bug fixes and changes in the ACNH 2.0.3 Update Patch, as well as the Series 5 Collectors Album, included.

Continuing in the same vein as previous patches, this one is essentially a hotfix for a few bugs that were present in the Happy Home Paradise expansion pack prior to its release. In this release, there are no major or even minor content additions; rather, it is a patch that has been released to fix a few bugs and bring the game up to date with the most recent patch. This results in it performing exactly as Nintendo intended, which is particularly encouraging given the fact that this is the third update in as many weeks since the release of version 2.0, which is particularly encouraging. All right, let's get right to the point with this ACNH 2.0.3 update, shall we?1st and foremost,

Notes on the Patch for the software's Version 2.0.3 are included.


Animal Crossing: New Horizons version 2.0.3 has been released by the game developer, and the following are the complete set of official patch notes that were released with it:
According to the developers, they have resolved a problem in which cheap ACNH items could be duplicated when a specific method was used to duplicate them.

A problem existed on the island where Paradise Planning was located, in which the same character could appear more than once in the same location. We were successful in resolving the situation.

In order to put an end to any duplication tricks as soon as possible, we believe that Nintendo released this bug-fix update a few days earlier than usual. Additional small patch updates will be released over the next few weeks, coinciding with an increase in the number of people who unlock new content and begin to complete things such as the happy home paradise story mode and all of the unlockable features in the game, which will occur at the same time.

The fifth series of the Collectors Album is now available for purchase.
As with the first four amiibo series, which were released in conjunction with the release of version 2.0, the fifth series of amiibo cards has been promoted in a manner that is similar to that of the first four series, which you may be familiar with. As you may recall, the amiibo cards from the first four series were all packaged in special collector's albums in order to ensure their long-term preservation. Nintendo UK did make a small announcement that seemed to have slipped under the radar regarding the release of a series 5 album, which is currently in development. Nintendo UK did not elaborate on the announcement. Nintendo UK did not provide any additional information about the announcement. According to the most recent information released by the show, Series 5 will receive its own collector's album, similar to the first four series, and it will be released sometime in January of the following year. According to the official statement, pre-orders will be made available in the near future, as indicated by the tweet that announced it, which is, strangely enough, the only official word on the subject to date. However, while we do not have a definitive answer as of right now, it is likely that the series will be restricted to Europe and other power regions, similar to how the first four series were restricted to the United States.