Yessss. Yeah a lot of the baseline characteristics and gameplay sounds like it would encourage a feature like this, source gathering and recipes etc, so it Animal Crossing New Horizons Bells for sale doesn't seem like a huge jump. When it does become something I'd be so pleased.
I bought a Switch for New Horizons (specifically the NH special/limited edition), so hopefully my input will be valuable.
I like New Horizons, however, the issue that lots of players have with is that the ongoing issue that the creature personalities are a good deal more bland compared to old games. If you watch footage from the Gamecube version, you will see that animals were more"hot" with regard to how they talked to you. In many cases, they were actually quite rude - insulting you if you refused to assist them/do something for them. Now, this was toned down when Wild World premiered, but animals were not overly friendly as they are in New Leaf/New Horizons. Friendships needed to be developed over time, and it was gratifying to notice when an animal you wished to befriend was steadily warming up for you (finally giving you their picture once you had been best friends).
I think that the island development tools in New Horizons are fantastic, but my main reason for playing the sport is to befriend my animals. There's no challenge to it because everyone is really friendly off-the-bat, even the characters like cranky/snooty (where they're meant to be stand-offish with you initially ). In addition, it feels like there is a lot of repetitious dialogue in NH, where this wasn't the case from the old games (not including City Folk or New Leaf).
They've also seemingly removed a feature where animals would see your home at a particular time. It was a nice way for players who do not have the ability to go online to have people look at their home. There was also a consequence not turning up on time: it'd produce the animal upset and your friendship would take a slight hit.
I actually enjoy the tagging system, but I know that some folks really don't like it. I think that the biggest complaint I have noticed is that golden tools have dropped their prestige because they're no more unbreakable like from the previous games. That's pretty much exactly what made them special, so it seems a little pointless to buy Animal Crossing Bells manage them, given that gold nuggets are a milder resource.