Nintendo appears to be keeping new content under wraps for the time being, as the new ACNH 1.11.1 update will only be bringing fixes to lingering in-game bugs. Since its initial release in March 2020, Nintendo's Animal Crossing: New Horizons has received a number of game updates that have added a variety of new features and content. This includes the addition of island events, the introduction of returning characters to new players, and the implementation of themed items resulting from collaborations with other brands such as Sanrio and Super Mario.
Until then, the large number of activities available to Animal Crossing: New Horizons players is likely to keep them occupied for the foreseeable future. I am hopeful that Nintendo and the ACNH development team will consider making major announcements in the near future, particularly regarding the inclusion of new special characters such as Animal Crossing Brewster in the game.
A large number of Animal Crossing: New Horizons updates have already been implemented in the game, so regular players are unlikely to be surprised by the sheer number of updates. Those who are new to the title may find the amount of options a little overwhelming, making it difficult for them to keep track of all the activities available on the island. Players in the Northern Hemisphere are likely looking forward to the Bug-Off, which will take place at the end of the month, while all fans can look forward to the in-game fireworks shows, which will take place every weekend. Given that only one-two events are planned for August and September, Animal Crossing: New Horizons appears to be ripe for new and exciting additions to the deserted island getaway.The Animal Crossing: New Horizons development team recently published a post on the official Japanese Nintendo website outlining the changes that version 1.11.1 will bring to the game starting on August 10, 2021. The information has not yet been made public in English, but the main focus of the document is on the remaining bugs that will be addressed by the update. Some of the issues include reorganizing the organization of ACNH DIY recipes within the Nook app, missing items in the Photopia studio catalogue, a BGM glitch, and instances where clouds are missing from the sky during certain in-game seasons. The post concluded with a reminder that if players want to play together, they must all have the same update versions of their games.Because the update only contains bug fixes, many players have speculated on the internet that the development team is working on something more significant in the background. The Animal Crossing cafe and its resident barista Brewster, according to rumors, will finally be added to the game's roster of special villager characters. However, because Nintendo has not made any official announcements, it is likely that all rumors will remain just that: rumors.