Also the one-year-anniversary upgrade introduced new (from a previous match ) villagers, that require you to purchase a card pack to Animal Crossing Bells get anything at all from it. So technically it isnt even free.
Folks love using the word"bare" to describe a game they do not like now. Millions of people played several hours of ACNH upon release and appreciated it. I am not even super into Animal Crossing as a franchise and even I played with 80-plus hours. ACNH isn't"unfinished" in the manner that Cyberpunk was in which it had been borderline unplayable for people with consoles and even mid-tier PCs.
I also just purchased it and enjoy other ninja (insert music )ish games, there's so much that is beneath the surface that it is fun learning it as you go. I am not gonna attempt Any Sort of min/max runs until I have drained as much as possible
Even though I don't like it by a"gamer" standpoint, I think absolutely free updates were the best way to go. Some of the casual gamers I understand all get really excited for the upgrades and many have not played the previous ones. So to Nook Miles Ticket For Sale them it's like steady trickle of fresh things.