While self-isolating in the comfort of your home, maybe you've been playing Animal Crossing: New Horizons to relax and distract yourself from the coronavirus outbreak.
Maybe you're catching some fish or bugs, walking around the idyllic little island you call home. Maybe you run into a neighbor and chat them. Maybe one sees you and calls out your name, runs toward you, and then sneezes right in your face.
It seems we can't escape illness even in Animal Crossing.
So why is this happening? During the game, various villagers will randomly go up to players to teach them about new expressions. Sometimes they'll do a laugh, a shocked face, or sometimes they'll sneeze right on you. After they show it to you, you can then do it yourself whenever you want. Read more...More about Nintendo, Animal Crossing, Animal Crossing New Horizons, Coronavirus, and Entertainment