Adopt Me Black Hole: All you need to know

by Anchal Thakur

Adopt Me Black Hole: In Adopt Me!, a mysterious Black Hole has shown up. Adopt Me players were very surprised by this Black Hole update. Many questions have been brought up by the way it has been shown. Like, what’s the deal with the Black Hole update in Adopt Me?

And why does Adopt Me have a Black Hole in the first place?

Is it because Adopt Me is going to stop working in 2022? In our Adopt Me Black Hole Explained guide, we’ll answer all of these questions and more.

Adopt Me Black Hole Explained

Adopt Me will soon get an update called “The Black Hole.” This update will go live at 5 PM GMT+2 on Thursday, September 22, 2022.

The timer for the update can be seen here. When the update comes out, we can expect to see a lot of big changes in the world of Adopt Me.

On Adoption Island, it all started with a new person. This person is a lot bigger than most people, and they look very scary and dangerous.

Adopt Me Black Hole Explained

In a roundabout way, he confirms that he is “a tax collector from another planet who is here to destroy your planet.” Then he turns on his machine, which turns into a Black Hole. The goal of this Black Hole is to destroy Adoption Island in its entirety.

Then, it will start sucking up all the buildings around it, and if your character gets close to it, they will also be sucked into a Black Hole vortex. Even though all of this seems scary, the developers say there’s no need to worry:

“Don’t worry, I’m sure everything will be fine! Stay safe, and watch out for more flying buildings! – Jesse” So, as you can see, the game is fine and this is just another update, even though it’s a very strange one.

If we had to guess, we would say that this Black Hole update is probably going to take us to space. If that’s the case, we can expect a lot of weird pets to be added to the game, like ones with astronaut or alien themes.

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