Animal Crossing: New Horizons – Elijah Wood sold beets to a player


of Andreas Bertits
In online games it is quite possible to run into a celebrity. An Animal Crossing: New Horizons player was amazed when actor Elijah Wood appeared on his island and sold beets.

In Nintendo's successful game Animal Crossing: New Horizons it is possible to visit other players' islands. A player recently even got a visit from actor Elijah Wood.

High visitor to the island

The performer of Frodo Baggins in the Lord of the Rings trilogy was traveling as "Elwood from Driftwood" and interacted with all players who were currently on the island. He also sold beets and asked very politely if he could harvest fruit from the trees. His visit was a big event. Since the player is a fan of the director Rian Johnson and Elijah Wood recognized this from the Twitter account, he also declared in the game "Long live Rian Johnson", which the player spread on his Twitter account. This in turn noticed Rian Johnson and is now using this screenshot as a header for his own Twitter account.

So it can be in Animal Crossing: New Horizons (buy now for € 47.99) come to such interesting situations and visiting celebrities on your islands.

Source: Eurogamer

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