ANIMAL CROSSING: NEW HORIZONS - Latest Update Allows Players To Remove The HUD In Photo Mode

ANIMAL CROSSING: NEW HORIZONS - Latest Update Allows Players To Remove The HUD In Photo Mode

A glitch allowed players to remove the HUD in Animal Crossing: New Horizon's photo mode; to the dismay of many, it was patched. The latest update is now allowing players to remove it as a feature.

Earlier this month, Animal Crossing: New Horizons players reported that an unusual glitch came with Update 1.3.0, which prevented some users from crossing previously built bridges. The glitch itself was quickly fixed by Nintendo, but that wasn't the only thing that was changed with Update 1.3.0.

The game's Update 1.3.0 also removed a glitch that allowed players to remove the game's HUD when taking pictures in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. Interestingly enough, the glitch made photo mode way more fun to use, and removing it made players complain to Nintendo; mentioning that removing the HUD should actually be a feature.

So, here's the thing. Players can remove the HUD at any time when taking pictures, but this only works if they remain steady; if they move, the HUD comes back. With the HUD-removing glitch, players could record fun little clips, and take pictures in motion without using the predetermined poses.

In a completely unexpected turn of events, Nintendo listened to fans for once, and the latest update that was released today has actually reinstated the HUD-removing glitch; now reintroduced as a feature for the game's photo mode.

After today's update, players can now easily toggle the HUD On or Off by clicking the controller's right stick when using the Nook Phone's camera; allowing them to finally take those pictures, or record those video clips without having to pull off a glitch.

If the hustle and bustle of modern life’s got you down, Tom Nook has a new business venture up his sleeve that he knows you’ll adore: the Nook Inc. Deserted Island Getaway Package! Sure, you’ve crossed paths with colorful characters near and far. Had a grand time as one of the city folk. May’ve even turned over a new leaf and dedicated yourself to public service! But deep down, isn’t there a part of you that longs for…freedom? Then perhaps a long walk on the beach of a deserted island, where a rich wealth of untouched nature awaits, is just what the doctor ordered!

Animal Crossing: New Horizons is currently available exclusively for the Nintendo Switch.

DISCLAIMER: is protected under the DMCA (Digital Millenium Copyright Act) and... [MORE]
Latest Headlines