My Nintendo Rewards adds a new physical reward for Animal Crossing: New Horizons fans in the form of a set of Brewster Roost coffee coasters.
Although the release of major updates and DLC for Animal Crossing: New Horizons ended, it didn’t mean the end of the fandom. Players always enjoy building, creating and sharing their works in Animal Crossing: New Horizons and visit all of their favorite villagers daily.
One such popular animal in the series is Brewster, the coffee-loving pigeon. Fans were thrilled to see him back in Animal Crossing: New Horizons when the 2.0 update was released, and now fans have the chance to enjoy a little piece of the in-game cafe experience in real life.
Nintendo has now added Animal Crossing: New Horizons Brewster coasters to its My Nintendo rewards list. Unlike digital rewards, which can be redeemed and downloaded or redeemed at any time, this is one of the available physical rewards that members can have sent to themselves, provided they have enough Platinum Points to redeem.
The new Brewster coasters cost 700 Platinum Points and are available now at My Nintendo Rewards. Players who redeem their points will receive a trio of identical coasters, featuring the iconic Brewster coffee shop logo in green and red. The coasters themselves include text saying ‘Animal Crossing: New Horizons‘, ‘The Perch’ and ‘The Perch.’
While some players will no doubt want to acquire these coasters purely for collection and display purposes, their construction is designed to handle hot and cold beverages. Coasters are made with a laminated top and cork padding, and ship in a matching box with the same logo on the front.
Animal Crossing: New Horizons was a massive hit when it launched, but that doesn’t mean it was a complete experience, at least for fans of previous series entries. Fans lamented the lack of a Brewster cafe, in addition to things like the ability to collect gyroids and meet series staples like Resetti and Kapp’n. Although all the characteristics and characters of the previous animal crossing the games succeeded New Horizonsthe 2.0 update added a ton of features that fans had been hoping for, in addition to some that were brand new to the title.
Fans interested in the Animal Crossing: New Horizons The Brewster roller coaster set should redeem their points as soon as possible. Most of the physical rewards offered by My Nintendo Rewards sell out quickly, and given the huge fan base behind animal crossingthis is unlikely to be the exception to the rule.
Animal Crossing: New Horizons is now available for the Nintendo Switch.
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