Dataminers have been hard at work looking at the most recent update for Animal Crossing: New Horizons on the Nintendo Switch system. They have discovered that Version 1.11 features various suggestions that Nintendo could be working on a Museum Cafe. One of the most requested features players have wanted to see in the game is the mighty Brewster and his lovely Museum Cafe. Here’s what the team at Animal Crossing World have discovered from the datamine:
“A camera parameter change was made to the code reference ‘IdrMuseumCafe‘ in Version 1.11. This follows additions in the previous Version 1.10 update where new camera settings for ‘IdrMuseumCafe‘ were spotted, as well as a new reference to a third type of Museum entrance known as ‘IdrMuseumEnt03‘.
[In] Version 1.11, more progress has been found on that ‘MuseumLevel‘ finding — a very curious ‘cNpcMemory:TalkProgressMuseumBuiltCafe‘ flag is now associated and seen in the EventFlow for building the Museum. Of course, this isn’t actually used in any way.
Presumably, this could be used to effect some dialogue with villagers or special characters on your island after the Museum has been expanded to build the Cafe. That’s just our interpretation though and shouldn’t be treated as fact.“