Adopt Me Giant Cheetah Mount & Safari House

In this week’s update, Adopt Me continues with the safari theme. The popular Roblox experience celebrates the summer of 2023 with a unique theme – the safari theme! In this guide, we explain everything you need to know about the Giant Cheetah Mount and the Safari House in Adopt Me. Check out the first animal car in Adopt Me.

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Adopt Me Giant Cheetah Mount & Safari House
Adopt Me Giant Cheetah Mount & Safari House

Adopt Me Giant Cheetah Mount

If you live in Europe, you know just how hot this summer is right now. Now, imagine the scorching temperatures in African savannas. Luckily, you can experience your very own safari adventure from your air-conditioned home in front of your computer or mobile phone. Namely, last week Adopt Me introduced a safari theme for this summer, with several Safari animals. These are the Uncommon Warthog (600 Robux), Rare Ostrich (1300 Robux), and Ultra Rare Lion Cub for 150 Roblux.

And for this week the safari theme continues! Specifically, Adopt Me is getting a brand new car, and the very first animal vehicle! This new vehicle is called the Giant Cheetah Mount. Given that it is a vehicle and not a pet, it doesn’t have any needs and you don’t need to take care of it. In order to easily recognize and distinguish it from pets, the Giant Cheetah Mount is much more detailed and has better animations. You will be able to purchase the Giant Cheetah Mount for 900 Robux.

Adopt Me Safari House

Finally, the second major addition in the second week of the Safari theme is the Safari House. At the moment, we don’t yet have many details regarding the house. However, we know that there will be a bunch of Safari-themed furniture items, which you can use to decorate your house uniquely so that it can truly be your very own house.

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