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Diana Animal Crossings latest entry in the Diana series of anime-themed video games is finally coming to Switch, the Nintendo Switch version of the game, with a release date set for late 2017.
The title will be available on the Nintendo eShop starting tomorrow, December 18, but the game will also be available through the Switch’s online store, with the title available for purchase.
The online store will also have the full version of Diana Animal crossing for Switch, with all of the DLC included, available for $9.99 USD.
A version of DAC: DANA, a downloadable DLC pack for DCA: DIABLO, the sequel to Diana Animal Crossover, is also available for Switch.
DANA Animal Crossing DS will include two extra episodes of the original Diana anime series as well as a new game mode.
The DLC will also include new outfits, an improved version of “The Land,” and new and improved puzzles.
You can read more about the DLC and the upcoming release of the Switch version below.
The Nintendo Switch will feature a 6.3″ touchscreen, with an IPS panel, and a resolution of 720p.
There are no specific details on how much power this system has, but Nintendo says it will run games at “up to 1.5 times the refresh rate of the current Switch console.”
The Nintendo 3DS XL will also ship with a version of Animal Crossing with a limited number of DLC packs.
A download code will be included with the Animal Crossing XL.
The Animal Crossing DLC will include:The Animal Crossing game will support the Nintendo 3D Vision sensor, so the game looks great in 3D, and it can be played at up to a 60 frames per second.
There will also support the 3D Touch feature, which is designed to bring the experience of playing the game to a whole new level.
The game will be playable with a controller, but will also let you play using the touch screen and the motion sensors of the Joy-Con controllers.
Nintendo is working on adding support for the 3DS Touch system to the Switch.
Animal Crossing will also run in the 60fps mode, which means that when the game starts, the game is playable at a 60fps frame rate, and the player will need to be very patient to experience it all.
The game will launch on the Switch on December 22, and will cost $39.99.
Animal Kingdom: The Last Airbender will launch at the same time, priced at $49.99 on the 3ds XL and $49 (including tax) on the 2DS XL.