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Nintendo Brings Back Animal Crossing Camera Trick, But Properly This Time

Problem solved!

Update (Thu 30th Jul, 2020 09:45 BST): In a slightly surprising turn of events, today’s Version 1.4.0 update for Animal Crossing: New Horizons has added a workaround for the camera trick Nintendo originally patched out.

Previously, we reported on a glitch of sorts that allowed users to temporarily remove the game’s UI, creating the opportunity for cinematic screenshots and videos to be taken. Nintendo removed that glitch, upsetting a number of creative fans, but you can now achieve the same results by using an approved in-game command.

Read the full article on nintendolife.com

Problem solved!

Update (Thu 30th Jul, 2020 09:45 BST): In a slightly surprising turn of events, today’s Version 1.4.0 update for Animal Crossing: New Horizons has added a workaround for the camera trick Nintendo originally patched out.

Previously, we reported on a glitch of sorts that allowed users to temporarily remove the game’s UI, creating the opportunity for cinematic screenshots and videos to be taken. Nintendo removed that glitch, upsetting a number of creative fans, but you can now achieve the same results by using an approved in-game command.

Read the full article on nintendolife.com

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