Pokemon Arceus Room of Legends is coming to Animal Crossing

Animal Crossing: New Horizons

Animal Crossing: New Horizons

We all know that the Animal Crossing community is one of the most creative in gaming. Since the release of the new opus of the saga in 2020, Animal Crossing: New Horizonsplayers have never ceased to amaze with their great abilities to build, design and decorate, sharing their ingenious designs via social media.

Crossing Pokémon Legends Arceus and Animal Crossing: New Horizons

Animal Crossing players have already recreated elements from series or films many times. In fact, we recently saw a fan show through Reddit the main characters from Enchantment, one of the most recent Disney movies, Animal Crossing style.

This time, the new Animal Crossing player creation focuses on another well-known Switch game and has been very well received by Nintendo fans, as it combines two of the company’s most beloved sagas. This is a reconstruction of the main hall of Pokemon Legends Arceus created and shared by ButIDigress79 through Reddit.

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Replica of the main hall of Pokémon Legends Arceus in Animal Crossing

The surprising thing about this reproduction is its great resemblance with the original, decorated with Japanese screens and green mats. The piece features a traditional cooking pot in the center, a brown chest of drawers on the left, and a table with a potted plant on the right. In the post they show multiple images of the piece created by the fan and the original, and really You have to be very careful to find out which one is true. As expected, ButIDigress79’s post was filled with comments admiring and appreciating his work, as he inspired many of them to create their own rooms.

It’s not the first creation of the Pokémon-based game, but a fan had already reproduced the part of Pokémon Sword and Shield last year with an equally positive reception. Animal Crossing and Pokémon are two of Nintendo’s most beloved sagas, so it wouldn’t be surprising if their paths continued to cross.

Source: ScreenRant