Sad that they hit us with Animal Crossing Bells this sea diving update a few months after launch because it got my hopes up that new big changes would be coming. Still waiting for my coffee shop. After nothing really happened after the 1 year anniversary, I do not really expect Anthony but I guess Nintendo does like to surprise us.
Dialogue is just half of the equation there though. I believe that it's equally as important that the villagers don't do just as much. They don't visit your home anymore or schedule times to meet. They do not go to as many areas since there are fewer in the game.
Adding Brewster's Café into Animal Crossing: New Horizons will not compensate for all that's lacking in characterization alone, but they need to add more activities that flesh from the'lifetime' of the villagers. You need to begin somewhere. It's not just about wether they express preferences or perspective, but also that they can do sufficient verbs that they appear to have lives and culture.
Plus, 80 percent of the motive to go to Brewster's Café is dialog. The villagers express their distinctive preferences in beverage, around that you form a connection together. Then they discuss unique blurbs in Animal Crossing Items For Sale their daily life. That's dialogue and characterization.