Wanting to enhance the museum from home experience, the Asian Art Museum is bring their collection to Animal Crossing: New Horizon.
Wanting to enhance the museum from home experience, the Asian Art Museum is bring their collection to the world of Animal Crossing: New Horizon.
The Asian Art Museum is inviting gamers to decorate their island in Animal Crossing: New Horizon with actual artwork from their collection. Gamers just need to scan the QR code online and they could add any of the works to their island. The collection has 17 works from all over Asia, from Japan and China to India along with Iran.
To download the art work, players need to do the following:
- Download the Nintendo Switch Online app for the mobile device.
- From the “Game-Specific Services”, select Animal Crossing: New Horizons.
- Select “Designs” in the NookLink menu.
- Select “Scan a QR Code.”
- Scroll through the gallery and scan the QR code.
- Open the Nook Phone in and choose “Custom Designs.”
- Press “+” to download.
- Choose a space to save the art.
Animal Crossing: New Horizon its the fifth game in the series and was released in March for the Nintendo Switch. Player make their own world on a deserted island purchased from Tom Nook.
Located in the San Francisco, Asian Art Museum is the largest museum in the United States dedicated to the art work from Asia. It has over 18,000 works of art in its collection, telling 6,000 years of history.
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