On the official Twitter account, Tom Nook announced that the game would welcome 383 villagers. The game may not visit all of them at once, but players will likely find their favorite villages, as well as some newcomers.

The Animal Crossing series continued to add new characters to each installment of the game. The first game and the Gamecube port contained 236 villages, with the portable version, Wild World, containing 150 villagers. A few more guests came to play in City Folk, bringing the number to 210. Official Animal Crossing: New Horizons Twitter Account Confirms Villager Count

After going back and forth on the Nintendo Wii, the Nintendo 3DS game Animal Crossing: New Leaf saw a larger number of villages with up to 333, then later 399 with the amiibo update.

It is possible that new villages may be added to New Horizons in the future in terms of future updates that Nintendo has announced for the game.

The mobile version of the game, Pocket Camp, still hasn’t added all of the villages from previous games. The game only adds a handful of villages to each update, with some villages seemingly unlikely to join the cast of campers.

“Peaceful creativity and charm await you as you roll up your sleeves and make your new life what you want.” Collect resources and craft everything from creature comfort to practical tools. Embrace your green thumb when interacting with flowers and trees in new ways. Set up a farm where the rules of what goes on inside and outside no longer apply. Make friends with newcomers, enjoy the seasons, jump across rivers while you explore, and more! indicates the official description of the store.

Nintendo has also confirmed that players are likely to welcome more guests at special events. Special visitors will be part of the free DLC to be announced in the future.