Everyone who has been to university will probably remember their final projects as a time of enormous stress and a lot of book reading, in a hectic attempt to prove which dissertation you submitted several months in advance. It turns out that we could have studied Animal Crossing, like last year’s psychology student Sam Davern, who is doing his latest study on the psychology of Animal Crossing: New Horizons players. That’s you!
In particular, Sam wants to know if there is a connection between the behavior of the players in the game and their personality types, and the way he finds out is by getting you to achieve your various Nook Miles achievements, and then make a quick personality. test. Maybe you are more interested in people than art, so you have many Nook Miles achievements to do with visiting other islands, or becoming friends with the villagers? I guess we do not know until the survey is complete.
At the end of the survey, you will receive a detailed report on your personality and player type, which can give you useful insight into how you interact with the world and with games.
It is, of course, a completely anonymous survey, and it is even approved by the UCC̵
The survey is live right now on animalcrossingsurvey.com, and anyone interested can also sign up at the end to participate in a draw for a Switch game of their choice.