Viz Media will release an English-translated manga adaptation of Animal Crossing: New Horizons in September, revealing the invisible activities of villagers.

Like the popular Nintendo Switch title Animal Crossing: New Horizons prepares to celebrate the first anniversary of its launch, the video game will receive a manga adaptation translated into English from Viz Media.

Viz announced that the first volume of Animal Crossing: New Horizons – Desert Island Diary It will be published on September 21. The gag manga focuses on the never-before-seen activities of the other villagers while the player character is out of sight, with all sorts of comedic antics waiting to ensue.

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While Animal crossing has inspired several manga adaptations since its GameCube debut in 2001, Desert Island Diary You will be the first to receive an officially licensed English translation. An anime movie Animal Crossing: The Movie It was released in Japan in 2006, with no current plans for an international release.

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Nintendo confirmed in its last Nintendo Direct presentation that New Horizons You will receive a free update to ring in March and the arrival of spring. In addition to St. Patrick’s Day clothing and items, the update includes Super Mario-themed gear for villagers to pledge their allegiance to Nintendo.

Animal Crossing: New Horizons – Desert Island Diary Vol. 1 goes on sale September 21 on Viz Media.

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Source: Polygon

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