Animal Crossing: New Horizons Lowers Bank Interest Rates, Fans Aren’t Happy
Animal Crossing: New Horizons players were recently treated to a new update that brought in a plethora of goodies for all to enjoy. This includes popular characters like Leif and Redd, new events, and even some bushes that players can now decorate their islands with. However, it wasn’t all good news when the update arrived as those who downloaded it quickly realized their interest rates were lowered by the Bank of Nook.
Upon updating to the latest version of Animal Crossing: New Horizons, players were greeted with two new pieces of mail. The first was from Nintendo and thanked players for updating with a nice gift. The second was from the Bank of Nook, informing customers that interest rates had been lowered. Compensation for this came in the form of a rug. Needless to say, not too many people were thrilled.
the Bank of Nook has lowered interest rates in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. for the inconvenience, you get a free rug. also a world map for downloading the update pic.twitter.com/dVL5SR8Eeg
— Wario64 (@Wario64) April 23, 2020
Got an email about reduced interest rates on savings accounts from both my credit union AND from the Bank of Nook in Animal Crossing within 24 hours of each other. What is happening with the world??? pic.twitter.com/EQQ6R8hGg5
— Hannah Buechele (@hannahbuechele) April 23, 2020
Why are the apology gifts from Bank of Nook for lowering your interest rate the most Bank gifts lmao they might as well give me a pen and a plastic tote bag that will rip instantly
— Kendall.mkv (@sheherzog) April 24, 2020
ac has so many ways it could develop and expand, like imagine even just implementing different kinds of trees. instead nintendo makes the bank interest lower
— ✨ steph ✨ (@mrsteph4) April 23, 2020
lmfao the new Animal Crossing patch drops the interest rate on bells in the ABD. The Twins fuck me on Turnip prices and now Nook Sr. gets to have his way with my bank account. This game really is like real life.
— Nuck ? (@NuckChorris811) April 23, 2020
Animal Crossing: New Horizons is currently available exclusively on Nintendo Switch. Keep it tuned to Don’t Feed the Gamers as this story develops, and for other gaming goodness going on right now, check out the following:
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