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Bandai Namco social media member accidentally tweets Animal Crossing complaint via the official Bandai Namco Twitter account

Someone's in some trouble...

We're not quite sure who's in charge of Bandai Namco's Twitter account in the US, but they made quite a big mistake earlier today.

For a short while, the tweet above was live on the official Bandai Namco US Twitter account. It's clear that the person tweeting thought they were complaining about Animal Crossing: New Horizons on their personal account, but they accidentally remained logged in to Bandai Namco's account while doing it. The tweet has been removed, but we're not sure whether that's due to the person realizing their mistake, or someone else at Bandai Namco pointing it out.

Thanks to @WolfStarSonic for the heads up!

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clark2k
Mon Mar 23 20 12:23am
Rating: 4

For me that was a pleasant suprise, lol
I'm having a blast with my daughter because of this "limitation", being able to play with her!
Before, I was afraid I would end up needing to buy another Switch + game..!

clark2k
Mon Mar 23 20 12:23am
Rating: 4

For me that was a pleasant suprise, lol
I'm having a blast with my daughter because of this "limitation", being able to play with her!
Before, I was afraid I would end up needing to buy another Switch + game..!

They're not wrong. I can see this not being an issue for a lot of people, but for some it's a pretty big inconvience and the only way around it is to have multiple Switches per household, which strikes me as the real reason this restriction exists in the first place. Multiple Swithes per household is good for business after all.

What REALLY bugs me about the game is my wife and I are getting different experiences while sharing an island. Tom Nook and the kids talk to her about store upgrades and island improvements, but they don't even mention them to me. This means I can't donate supplies to improve the island unless I funnel them through my wife.

It's just an inconvenience for us, but in another household I can imagine the island "owner" quitting, and if other players are still playing they can't really progress the island any further unless they log in as the "owner".

I just find it hard to believe Nintendo didn't account for these kinds of things.

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