Animal Crossing: New Horizons Villagers Are Now Referencing Brewster

When Animal Crossing: New Horizons launched, fans were quick to note that some long-standing characters and features were conspicuously missing. While Nintendo assured players that the game would updated in the long-term, nobody knows what — or who — will be included in these events. But island villagers may now be giving players a clue.

Recently, some players like Twitter user @sliceofcy have noticed that their villagers mention Brewster, a chill coffee-shop owner who currently isn’t in the game. In the past, Brewster would serve players a drink while dispensing some fun facts.

One Twitter user who responded to @sliceofcy noted that “there’s a line of code for ‘MuseumCafe’ [in the game] but no textures or other data.” All of these intentional in-game teases and the alleged data mine leak suggest that Brewster will come to Animal Crossing: New Horizons soon and open a coffee shop in Blather’s museum. Birds of a feather flock together, it would seem. If you are in lack of Animal Crossing New Horizons Items, visit our site z2u.com, a reliable and cheap online in-game currency store.

Anyone who’s only recently joined the Animal Crossing bandwagon with New Horizons has probably never heard of Brewster. For the uninitiated, he is a pigeon who runs a coffee shop called The Roost in Animal Crossing: Wild World, City Folk, New Leaf, and Pocket Camp. You may even recognize him from the background of the Smashville in Super Smash Bros. Brawl.

Brewster typically seels coffee once a day to the player for 200 Bells. Coffee usually doesn’t add much of a gameplay bonus, but one’s character will describe its taste after drinking it. The Roost has been used for K.K. Slider’s performances before and is connected to a minigame in New Leaf where players can actually work for the cafe, serving coffee to villagers.