How Multiplayer Works in Animal Crossing: New Horizons

How Multiplayer Works in Animal Crossing: New Horizons

How Multiplayer Works in Animal Crossing: New Horizons

New Horizons' first event, Easter, will run from April 1 until April 12 and requires an online connection to check the real date when the event first starts. A few of the items Nintendo showed off were an arch, a table, a seat, and a set of balloons, all made from colorful Bunny Day eggs of various sizes. The update, which is live in-game right now, appears to have only one function: the removal of the "item cloning" glitch that has been exploited by BAD villagers since launch.

Bunny Day will see you running around your island looking for eggs that have been hidden by Zipper the bunny visitor.

Yesterday we brought you the news that Animal Crossing: New Horizons is the second fastest selling Switch game in the United Kingdom (just behind the duo that was Pokémon Sword & Shield).

Another update to the game will be released in April, which will add support for a new Earth Day event, alongside some new features for the game.

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A bus carrying passengers from the quarantined Diamond Princess cruise ship leaves a port in Yokohama, near Tokyo in February. The quokkas which are fluffy, fearless mammals around the size of a teddy-bear have thrived on the predator-free island.

The staff are now still working from the Nintendo office, but with their working hours shifted in order to try and avoid rush hour commuting.

Still, the game is a wonderful way to get away from it all. The good news is that the new Animal Crossing: New Horizons patch is relatively small, meaning you can download and install it quickly, before then getting back to picking fruit, fishing, and all of that other fun stuff.

Once you dig up enough eggs, you can use them to create limited-time recipes from the Egg Series.

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