Animal Crossing: New Horizons will be receiving a free update this November, with an Animal Crossing-focused Direct presentation planned to reveal more information next month.

The news was dropped during today’s Nintendo Direct, during which a clip of an Animal Crossing: New Horizons player character entering their island’s museum before heading to the newly-added The Roost section (open 24 hours) in back.

The Roost’s familiar theme song then plays over a black screen before the announcement of a Direct airing in October is made.

 

 

A cartoon image of Brewster, the pigeon owner of The Roost café in past Animal Crossing games, is then shown alongside the words “and more” — signaling his won’t be the only inclusion in the update.

You can watch a slightly abridged version of the video shown during the Direct below.

 

 

No other information about what will be shown in the Direct was shared, although the above video’s thumbnail gives a sneak peak at the interior of The Roost.

Separately, a new series of Animal Crossing amiibo cards was also revealed, with more information to come.

Stay plugged in to Nintendo Wire for more details about next month’s Animal Crossing Direct as they become available.

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