Here Are Some Star Wars x Animal Crossing: New Horizons Codes For The Perfect Crossover

There’s a lot to enjoy when it comes to Animal Crossing: New Horizons, but one of the best things about the game is its encouragement for collaboration between friends. From custom images and designs to town tunes, there’s plenty of sharing to go around on these homely islands.

As it turns out, even a galaxy far, far away is not spared from the creative freedom of players. Star Wars enthusiasts have embarked on artistic endeavours inspired by the sci-fi franchise, giving birth to themed costumes across all nine instalments, with Twitter user Kierqe leading the charge.

Luke’s robe, Leia’s ceremony outfit, Anakin’s coat, and even shirtless Kylo – you name it, they’ve got it. Here are some of the best ones, which can be imported into your game by scanning QR codes with Nook Link, or inputting the code at the Able Sisters’ shop.

The Original and Prequel Trilogy Package

The original trilogy was where it all begun. Paying homage to the likes of Padmé, Luke, Han, Leia, Anakin, and more, Kierque’s arsenal includes an impressive spread of costume re-creations, from the base design to its various iterations. Luke Skywalker, as the legendary protagonist, takes the honour of being the first to take the spotlight.

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Next up, we have the dynamic duo of Han Solo and Princess Leia rocking their respective looks.

The Padmé collection, meanwhile, is the most complete, comprising of the character’s entire 10-outfit line-up, with four of the more recognisable, aesthetic ones showcased below.

Obi-Wan Kenobi…you’re my only hope. Accompanying one of the series’ signature lines is the equally iconic coat of the Jedi Master, decked out in all its glory.

Last but definitely not the least are the bad boys of the six-episode franchise: Anakin (okay, not really bad) and Hux.

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The Sequel Trilogy Collection

There’s the past, and then there’s the next generation of the Skywalker Saga. Kierqe’s Rey collection covers the evolution of her appearance across the three films, and it looks pretty swell.

The sequel trilogy isn’t complete without Finn and Poe, however. While there isn’t a name-specific costume dedicated to them, the Storm Pilot Hoodie and Rebel Suit are used to represent them respectively.

Being the good guy all the time can be boring. Should you wish to head over to the Dark Side, here are the codes for Kylo Ren’s outfits (or the lack thereof, with shirtless Kylo in the picture), as well as a separate Captain Phasma set.

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Who says costume replications have to be based on the human characters? The adorable – or annoying, for some – Porgs are even given their own designs, in the form of a hat and sweater.

Back to the Basics

Sometimes, the only look that matters is the classic one. KDAWaifu has recreated the base Jedi robe to the smallest details, right down to the folds of the sleeves.

Star Wars Town Tunes

The notes to the regular Star Wars theme, courtesy of Kierqe.

The Star Wars soundtrack is quite the bop, especially when played during an epic sequence of events. Accompanying Kierqe’s rendition of the regular Star Wars theme is JainaFel’s arrangement of “The Imperial March”, both of which will round up the entire themed experience on a nifty note.

Animal Crossing: New Horizons is only in the beginning throes of community passion, so it’s amazing to see such impressive projects come to life. But Star Wars fans are aplenty, and that means more content will be on the way – if not in terms of codes and themes, then most certainly in meme format as such:

Never stop being you, meme lords.

Once again, get them outfits from Twitter user Kierqe!