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There’s Now A ‘Black Market’ For Animal Crossing: Horizons In-Game Items

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When a game has tradeable, collectible items like cosmetic skins, weapon upgrades and even earnable points, you know they’re going to end up being sold online for real-life money at some point. Epic Games’ Fortnite sees it regularly with some of its rarer skins, despite efforts from the devs to crackdown on the banned practice. Thought it’s – sadly – very common for a lot of FPS and multiplayer games, it seems the “black market” selling has spread further afield – to Nintendo’s Animal Crossing: New Horizons.

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Taking a quick look at eBay, people are currently offering the chance for you to purchase “any item needed for your museum collection,” rare in-game items including furniture and wallpaper and – of course – Bells and Nook Miles Tickets.

Golden tools (which don’t break nearly as often as your Flimsy Axe), Bells by the million and even handmade Amiibo cards to bring an islander of your choice to the game are being sold by a…



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