Published On: Thu, Mar 19th, 2020

Animal Crossing: New Horizons Director "Thrilled" By The Isabelle X Doom Slayer Artwork

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Ever given it was reliable DOOM Eternal and Animal Crossing: New Horizons would be expelled on a same day, fans of both games have been formulating and pity design featuring Doom Slayer and Isabelle together. While we’ve already listened DOOM Eternal artistic executive Hugo Martin pronounce about how it’s a good illustration of a “amazing diversity” in games today, we’re nonetheless to hear what anyone from a Animal Crossing group thinks about this doubtful duo.

In an talk with IGN recently, Animal Crossing: New Horizons director, Aya Kyogoku quickly praised a togetherness of a dual fanbases – mentioning how anxious she was to see this form of communication.

I unequivocally do notice and have beheld that there’s a lot of Doom and Animal Crossing partnership art and illustrations that are being posted, and as we demeanour by them I’m in astonishment of how most creativity a fans have

I consider since there is a common denominator of this form of communication function between Doom and Animal Crossing fans, and also a fact that Animal Crossing is a communication game, we’re unequivocally grateful and unequivocally anxious to see all this. We’re so vehement during a same time to see how a dual [fandoms] are entrance together to applaud this day.

Producer Hisashi Nogami combined how it was good to see a dual fanbases “hyping up” a gaming village and gaming enlightenment in general.

So Animal Crossing and Doom — apparently a diversion genres are totally different. We unequivocally do have something in common, and that is that they’re both video games, and come from that same subculture so to speak. It’s so good to see that these dual opposite [fandoms] are entrance together and hyping adult a gaming [community] and gaming enlightenment itself. It unequivocally is a good thing to see

Animal Crossing: New Horizons arrives on a Switch on 20th March. DOOM Eternal is also being expelled on this date, though the Switch recover has not nonetheless been announced. If we would like to see some-more Doom Slayer and Isabelle artwork, see a prior post.

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