100 Thieves’ entire apparel line is now available in Animal Crossing: New Horizons

The in-game version of the clothing collection can be downloaded for free

Characters in Animal Crossing: New Horizons can now wear any item from 100 Thieves’ entire apparel line.

On Monday, the Los Angeles-based lifestyle brand and esports organization announced that virtual versions of every single piece of clothing it has released since 2018 is now available in Nintendo Switch’s life simulation game Animal Crossing: New Horizons.

In a tweet, 100 Thieves said that it decided to make its complete apparel line available in Animal Crossing: New Horizons as a thank you to all of its fans that have supported the company throughout the years. The tweet comes with a 30-second video showing cute Animal Crossing: New Horizons characters dressed in 100 Thieves gears.

In a follow-up tweet, 100 Thieves gave shout-outs to @ActualIyCasey and @dearanipii, who both designed the in-game versions of the company’s apparel collection. The tweet also comes with photos of the in-game versions of the clothes with their corresponding 14-character design codes.


To download the designs, you need a Nintendo Switch online membership and should first unlock the Able Sisters shop. If you haven’t unlocked the sisters’ shop yet, you’ll need to progress through the game until they make a location on your island. Once the shop has been set up on your island, head to the Custom Designs Portal located in the back of the shop. From there, simply input the 14-character design codes for each 100 Thieves clothes you want your character to wear.

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Able Sisters Shop in Animal Crossing: New Horizons
Custom Designs Portal in Animal Crossing: New Horizons

Apparently, 100 Thieves isn’t just keeping stay-at-home fans entertained during the COVID-19 pandemic. The company has also raised $114,000 for the CDC Foundation from its jersey sale this past weekend. The funds will go towards medical supplies, lab staffing, and support for vulnerable communities fighting against COVID-19.

Sources: The Verge, Dexerto, Daily Esports