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Even if you no longer stop by your island every day in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, hand over a bunch of bells to capitalist Tom Nook and depend on the colorful crowd of villagers, you may have noticed one thing: the resident limit.

 

The peaceful simulation never lets more than ten villager live on your island at the same time. If you have felt alienated by the restriction so far and actually wanted to offer more cuddly animals a home, we explain today why the limit has its good reasons.


 

The reason for the resident limit in Animal Crossing: New Horizons

We understand you, of course: With almost 400 different villagers, the selection is simply far too large to decide on just ten ACNH tools. Especially since “decide” is a good keyword, because unfortunately you are almost entirely at the mercy of chance when choosing animals. Nevertheless, the limit also has important advantages that ensure that the fun doesn't wane after a few hours.

 

On the one hand there is the place on your island. After all, you are not the only island striker, but with Tom Nook you also have a greedy Tanuki and his two enterprising nephews Timmy and Tommy. The hedgehog sisters Tina and Sina with their tailoring and museum director Eugen also need enough space. Your island is simply too small for more than ten additional neighbors.

 

But of course that is not the only reason. The gigantic number of residents in “Animal Crossing: New Horizons” has “only” eight different personalities despite its size on Animal Crossing flooring. Each character trait gives you handicraft instructions from a specially selected arsenal that differs from the others. With ten colorful figures you cover the eight personalities and even have two interchangeable characters. The limitation also ensures that you always receive new craft recipes and can beautify your home with new furniture.

 

Which brings us to the last point: The long-term motivation. The small number of neighbors at the same time is supposed to ensure that you experiment properly and let some of the lively animals move out so that there is room for new ones. So Nintendo ensures a constant coming and going, which brings variety to the everyday life of "Animal Crossing: New Horizons".

Despite good reasons and all rationality: We too are annoyed that the lovable octopus Zucker has still not found our island after hundreds of hours. Who is your favorite resident?

 

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