Of all the different bugs in the popular new Switch title, the rainbow stag in Animal Crossing: New Horizons is probably one of the more interesting. It’s a very beautiful creature with quite unique visuals. If you’re into collecting bugs in the new Animal Crossing, here’s one more to hunt. And just like any other
The Summer Shell DIY recipes are the latest additions to the sprawling recipe roster in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. The new items coming in with this update announce the beginning of Summer. Nintendo has put the new Summer Shells in Animal Crossing: New Horizons to give players a new set of thematic items to craft.
There is a ton of room for customization for houses and rooms in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. With all of the different furniture and other decorative options floating around for you to create your dream island, and you can spend as much time as you want to make them and array them any way you
Animal Crossing: New Horizons brings with it a bunch of new mechanics and plenty of fun. The first Switch iteration for the long-running franchise has a ton of stuff to do. You can pretty much do anything you want on your little island paradise. And with there being such potential for replayability in this game,
Animal Crossing: New Horizons on Switch plays in real-time, meaning that a day in the game is as long as a day in real life. There is a way to get around the grind though. Players who want to skip the day-to-day in this Switch title do have an option. If you want to speed
Animal Crossing New Horizons events are a huge part of what keeps people coming back to the game. Aside from the constant upkeep that’s required to squeeze all of the Bells you can from the in-game economy, there’s also the social element. Players need to keep up their relationships with their neighbors. And Nintendo knows
Nintendo has devised a scheme to deal with amiibo card scammers trying to screw with players in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. The amiibo card allows players to import new villagers to their islands by importing the cards into the game. And just like the small amiibo statues they’re attached to, these cards are very hard
With Animal Crossing: New Horizons, players have a ton of different items and villagers to fool around with. One particular element that players of the franchise like most are the various villagers, each with their own visuals and style. Some of these include the ultra-rare spawns, Raymond and Audie. Raymond is a well-dressed grey cat
A new Animal Crossing: New Horizons dupe glitch has been discovered this week, opening the door once again to massive profits. With Nintendo nerfing the heck out of the banking system in the game by capping interest, players are left to exploiting the turnip market and other slowly accruing sources of Bells to pay for
With the 1.1.1 patch, Nintendo fixed a major duplication exploit in Animal Crossing: New Horizons that allowed players to dupe a single item for infinite bells. The older version of the dupe glitch used a Nintendo Switch prop and a collision bug to create infinite copies of that prop that could be sold. It appears
Nintendo has released a new event into its biggest recent Switch title, Animal Crossing: New Horizons. The event is built around the labor-focused May Day, and has a special event that you can work through if you’re smart and strong. The core of the event is a new island that’s dominated by this great and
Animal Crossing: New Horizons has added a bunch of seasonal events and other content as part of ongoing updates to the game, and Nintendo has included a bunch of different content. The most recent update has added a bunch of recipes centered around mushrooms. There are four new mushrooms spawning in the game that can
The most recent major patch to Animal Crossing: New Horizons, version 1.2.0, added a bunch of new features. Lief the new gardening-focused NPC is joined by the art counterfeiting Redd and his ship of treasures. It’s a pretty fun little update that also introduced the new Nature Day event and related content. A new rumor
The newest 1.2.0 patch for Animal Crossing: New Horizons is a biggun. The new Nature Day event is just the beginning too. The new NPCs, Lief and Redd, add their own flair to your island paradise. Lief is all about gardening and has become a source for all manner of plants on your islands. Redd
Players who want to decorate their islands in Animal Crossing: New Horizons have plenty of options. The various seasonal events add new items like furniture and clothing to help spice up the already expansive item roster in the Switch title. The new Nature Day events, added to celebrate the real-world event of Earth Day, add
With the new Earth Day update in Animal Crossing: New Horizons has added a bunch of new events, some new NPCs, and a handful of new decorative items. The new items are all themed around the environment, given that Nature Day is based around the real-world Earth Day. The various items that can be used
Nintendo has just announced that the newest update for the new Switch version of Animal Crossing will drop this week. The patch brings in a bunch of bug fixes and other minor changes. The big new changes are that a set of new in-game events are headed to your islands. Expect plenty of new tasks
Animal Crossing: New Horizons has run into a major snafu within the biggest gaming market in the world. According to the details shared by Niko Partners’ analyst Daniel Ahmad, the game is currently not officially being sold over the Chinese territory. The game has not received official approval for sale from the government, and now
You may not be able to plant a Money Tree in real life, but you certainly can in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. The popular new Switch title once again brings back the Bells as a primary currency from the previous games, and now players need to make tons of the currency to afford all of
Part of building a pretty island in Animal Crossing: New Horizons is the process of buying new items like furniture and other elements, but also crafting tons of your own upgrades via the DIY Recipes system. The process for building relationships with your new neighbors and creating the perfect town is a pretty involved one.
With the release of the Bunny Day event in Animal Crossing: New Horizons players found some fun new items to craft by collecting many different types of eggs within the games various tropical islands. There were multiple types of eggs that could be collected like you would normally gather resources, but users noticed a problem.
Animal Crossing: New Horizons characters are some rather strange and interesting folk. With their own unique personality traits and iconic designs, they wormed their way into the hearts of fans. The animal-based neighbors are all pretty cool, and people want to hang out with certain ones in their village. The love of these characters even
Gold Armor is one of the more sought after items in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. The Gold Armor in Animal Crossing: New Horizons is a pretty useful item as well. The first thing you need to do to get this item is to get ahold of the Gold Armor DIY Recipe. The Gold Armor DIY Recipe
The Jewel Beetle in Animal Crossing: New Horizons is another of one of the rare insect spawns in the new Switch game. Along with the newly spawning Atlas Moths, the Jewel Beetle is a rare bug that has very specific spawn conditions. The Jewel Beetle will also be a rare spawn, so you’re going to