Jul 30 2020

Animal Crossing's camera malfunction has been fixed

The second summer update of Animal Crossing: New Horizons was released last night, bringing new seasonal items and fireworks to the game. Another long-awaited feature has also been added, that is, the ability to back up and save data in an emergency. Now some players are ready to make use of Animal Crossing Bells. Not only that, there is also a surprising thing. Players who have launched the game found that Nintendo has added features that have been patched.

In early July, Nintendo patched a glitch that allowed players to close the New Horizons HUD when using the camera application in the game. The player frustrated them, and content creators and others used this feature extensively to shoot professional, clear videos, which is necessary for creating realistic Animal Crossing type trailers. However, now, failure has become a feature. Camera App Glitch, which allowed you to delete HUD in the past, has now been added as a feature of Animal Crossing: New Horizons 1.4. Just press the right analog joystick to delete the user interface.

Nintendo wrote in the patch note: "A new feature has been added to the NookPhone camera application that allows you to close the guide information by pressing the R joystick." There are now two new in-game pop-up windows to remind you that someone Point out that the player "cannot close the guide when using the horizontal grip on the Joy-Con controller".


Players are very happy to see this feature in "New Vision". User-created videos are once again justified. Some players hope that other quality of life changes will eventually be repaired in the game. Finally, new limited-time seasonal products have been added to Nook Shopping. Use Animal Crossing Bells or Nook miles Ticket to trade to get new products.