GAMING: Animal Crossing, New Horizons’ Roost Will Not Be Complete Without These Features

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Freshly-brewed coffee will be available to Animal Crossing’s island paradises as an upcoming update Revealed during Nintendo’s latest Direct event, Brewster, along with his 24/7 coffee shop The Roost, are making a grand return to the franchise. The Direct did not provide any information on the Roost and instead showed the new addition at an Animal Crossing Direct later in the week ..

While we’ll know what players can expect in New Horizons’ iteration of The Roost for sure this Friday, it’s easy to put together a wishlist based on previous Animal Crossing games.

Coffee with bonuses

. Let’s hope that the new version of The Roost will have these features when it arrives in New Horizons.

Coffee that comes with bonuses

Players should get a boost from The Roost’s coffee

This one is more of a gimme than any of the others on this list. The Roost must serve coffee to players or it won’t be The Roost. New Horizons, however, could make coffee more appealing to players.

Animal Crossing: New Horizons already gives players a solid reason to eat. By chomping down on a fruit, players can use a shovel or a stick to dig a hole in the ground. This allows them to change the appearance of their island and not lose a single tree. A cup of coffee should give players a boost in speed, similar to the one they get from pounding back. Players would be delighted if coffee had this effect. It is difficult to travel around New Horizons in the time it takes. However, being able to move around an island quicker would reduce that amount of wasted time.

Storage in the cafe

In Animal Crossing: New Horizons, it’s hard to not be a hoarder. Due to the abundance of resources and the infinite amount of furniture available to personalize their homes, most players will eventually run out storage space. It might take a while since a fully upgraded home has 2400 slots for storage, but anyone who plays daily eventually tops it off.

The Roost could end up being a solid solution to players’ storage woes, at least somewhat. In Animal Crossing: City Folk, players could store Gyroids, the strange, small robots that could be dug up, at their local coffee shop. Brewster in New Horizons should offer the same service but with more criteria. The Roost would allow players to store their items, which would make it a second base for crafting or simply storage.

Visits from special characters

The Roost would be a perfect place for seasonal characters to visit during their downtime

Animal Crossing has a wide cast of characters, although a decent number of them are totally absent from New Horizons. Other characters such as Mr. Resetti and Tortimer have been completely removed from the game. However, The Roost might be a great place for familiar faces to return one more time.

In Animal Crossing: New Leaf, The Roost was a hub for villagers to use. They could visit, have a cup of coffee and then relax at the bar. Special characters could also visit the bar, appearing at random, in addition to regular villagers. Similar mechanics would work well in New Horizons. The game already provides a list of tasks each day. Players could also visit The Roost to check for special characters. This would add an additional task to their list, and give them the chance to meet a villager who isn’t normally found on the island.

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