Animal Crossing: New Horizons chat makes up most of the morning PC Gamer Slack discussion lately. Don’t get us wrong, we’re not losing focus. Half-Life: Alyx and Doom Eternal and the upcoming Mount and Blade: Bannerlord take up plenty of real estate in our brains. It’s just been impossible to ignore the appeal of Animal Crossing in such stressful times like these
While I’m self-isolating and working from home, to stay sane I’ve been reading and playing Animal Crossing as soon as I wake up and before I go to bed. It’s nice to exercise a little control and build something of your own, even if it’s on a virtual island full of cute animals closed off from the uncaring whims of the universe.
Animal Crossing is a timely zen garden, and even if it’s not on PC (though plenty of PC games scratch the Animal Crossing itch), we can