Despite pushing nearly 33 million sales last year, Animal Crossing: New Horizons was surprisingly absent from Nintendo's E3 presentation this year. While other franchises like Metroid, WarioWare, Advance Wars, Zelda and Mario Party got a chance to shine, New Horizons didn't even get a mention.
However, Nintendo of America president Doug Bowser has just reassured fans there's nothing to worry about. Speaking to The Verge, Bowser informed fans of the life simulation series that New Horizons is still a major player in Nintendo's line-up, telling us there's "absolutely" plans for it.
Nintendo "Absolutely" Has Further Plans For Animal Crossing: New Horizons
More specifically, Bowser confirmed:
While we didn’t talk about it [during the E3 Nintendo Direct], we absolutely have plans going forward to ensure the 33 million people who have islands out there have new and fun activities to engage with... Look for more to come
While he doesn't confirm what exactly's in the works, some have theorised what a potential "Version 2.0" could bring to New Horizons. Right now, Wedding Season's in effect and if you're looking to find out more about June's update, we've got you covered.