What Are the New Animal Crossing HORI Switch Accessories?

Seems like Tom Nook is back in the Switch accessory business...

March 3, 2021

It’s been nearly a year since Animal Crossing: New Horizons took us away from a world of stress to a relaxing island getaway. While the world is still stressful (and seems like it may remain that way for a while) Animal Crossing is not done giving just yet. The game is constantly being updated for events, seasonal changes, and holidays. Today, HORI Co. announced their new line of Animal Crossing accessories. The five new items are made for both the Nintendo Switch and the Nintendo Switch Lite Here’s what’s been announced:

  • Hori Pad Mini
  • Hybrid Pouch
  • Hand Pouch
  • Play Stand
  • Carrying Bag

Photo from the official HORI Co. Website

Photo from the official HORI Co. Website

Photo from the official HORI Co. Website

Photo from the official HORI Co. Website

Photo from the official HORI Co. Website

The new Animal Crossing HORI accessories will be available for purchase in April 2021, according to the HORI website. There’s no word on if these items can be preordered or what specific day in April they’ll be made available. However, as many of their other Animal Crossing items are found easily in the US, they most likely will be simple to get your hands on.

For more on Animal Crossing: New Horizons, make sure to check out this article on when we can expect the infamous “Bunny Day” to return (hopefully with far fewer Easter eggs.)

If you’re planning on getting your hands on all the in-game Super Mario Bros.-themed items, take a look at this guide on how to get them all, how much everything costs, and when the items might disappear off of shelves.

As the new month rolls in, so do the rotating cast of fish and bugs available to be caught. If you’re looking for help finding the elusive spider crab, take a look at this guide.

For all things Animal Crossing: New Horizons, make sure to stick right here on DualShockers.

Peter Hunt Szpytek

Peter is from Chicago. He's played more JRPG's than he can count despite being not totally great at them and you can usually find him on the weekends dropping hot in Apex Legends. When not holding a controller, he's at the gym trying to get in shape for his next cosplay.

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