Animal transition: New horizons‘ the second summer update was released on Wednesday night and brought new seasonal items and fireworks into play. Another long-awaited feature has been added, the ability to back up data in the event of an emergency. But that’s not all: The players who launched the game were surprised and excited to find that Nintendo had added them back in a feature that was once fixed.
In early July, Nintendo tuned a glitch that left players off New Horizons HUD when using the in-game camera app. Players were angry: This feature has been widely used by content creators and others to make professional and clear video ̵1; something needed to create realistic pendants for the Animal Crossing genre. Now, however, the defect is a feature.
“A new feature has been added to NookPhone Camera that allows you to turn off guide information by pressing R Stick,” Nintendo wrote in her patch notes. As a reminder, there are now two new in-game pop-ups, one of which notes that players “cannot turn off the wizard when using a separate horizontal grip on the Joy-Con controller.”
You can see it in action below:
A previous Camera Camera bug that allows you to remove the HUD has now been added as a native feature in version 1.4 of Animal Crossing: New Horizons! Simply press the right analog stick to remove the user interface. Thank you Nintendo !! #ACHH pic.twitter.com/wGC0xVhV0z
– Crossing World Animal ️ (@ACWorldBlog) July 30, 2020
Players are excited to see this feature again New Horizons – There is once again justice for user-created videos. Some hope that players hope that other quality of life changes, such as stacking items, will eventually join the game.