Animal Crossing: New Horizons brought out the big guns in its final update. The massive 2.0.0 patch added so much to the game, it’s too big to go over it all. With the addition of the new content in the patch, there’s a lot to handle. With all the new NPCs running around, trying to build houses for them is a lot to deal with. Having to also manage all the new crafting and cooking options can be a handful too.
There are also tons of ways to make Bells so that you can get rich while you frolic. You can make plenty of cash crafting new homes in the DLC, which is great fun for creative types. Along with that, there are a ton of new crafting DIY recipes for decorative items. You can get the new recipes from floating balloons, washed-up bottles, and as gifts. There’s also a chance that the assembled item shows up in Nook’s Cranny.
One thing to remember about the music box is that it offers a richer sound filter over the music played through it. if you want a track to sound more somber, this might be the way to play it.
Use the following raw resources to make the music box in Animal Crossing: New Horizons once you have the DIY Recipe:
- Wood x 3
- Softwood x 3
- Iron Nugget x 1
Now you can place the music box down and go about your day.
Just like any other musical item in the game, the box can toggle between songs. you can use it to make music play in houses, but also for themed spots on your island. A clever little trick to use is to place a music box with a certain song behind a tree to hide it. As someone gets close, the music can still be heard.