Animal Crossing: New Horizons may be mainly a game you play alone or with a small group of people, but what is interesting is the sense of community surrounding it. Some of them stem from using real-time clocks. For better or worse, we all spent the Rabbit Festival together and experienced the first fishing competition at the same time. We will soon go to see the nature festival. Although these activities are pre-arranged, there seems to be no time limit, but it seems that many people are experiencing the same experience: Nook's Cranny is temporarily closed for upgrades.

Like many other elements in New Horizons, the specific upgrade requirements are not stated in the game. Similar to the establishment of the Able Sisters store, this only seems to be happening unless you pay close attention to your behavior and cross-reference it with guides or other players' experiences. Upgrading Nook's Cranny has proven to be a longer-term project than the previous game, and since its release, the game has recently passed the one-month mark, and many players are checking one of the obvious requirements for the upgrade. After you open Nook's Cranny for the first time, it seems to take 30 days.


This puts the carrot market in trouble. As part of the upgrade, if Nook ’s Cranny is unavailable, it means that you are deprived of the opportunity to check the price of radish twice. Animal Crossing Bells may relieve some of your troubles, you can buy what you need in advance. But this is not an unsolvable problem. If someone else ’s shop opens, you can still go to someone else ’s island to buy it. It seems that a lot of people are upgrading Nook ’s Cranny recently, which means that those who share prices with friends are missing many potential inflation opportunities.

During this period, the players kept shaking their thumbs, wondering what to sell. The short-term pain is a long-term gain, because the upgraded Nook Cranny will have more choices, but what if today is the day of the fireplace I want? The store that is about to close also makes me uncomfortable in going through this process, because I have to make sure that neither the island nor my wife ’s villagers have a birthday. Animal Crossing New Horizons Items can solve your troubles very well, because with it you have a lot of gifts, you can easily get what you want without worrying about the store that is about to close. I like to wrap gifts, and wrapping them in wrapping paper is also very fresh, but more importantly, I need to make sure there are potential gifts because I am a bad neighbor and a friend who bought gifts at the last minute.

Have you upgraded Nook's Cranny, and if so, how does the closure of that store affect your gameplay? Let us know in the comments below.