Nintendo was chastised by New Horizon’s players for not introducing any second-anniversary rewards. Furthermore, some users were irritated that the developers had failed to thank them for their unwavering support over the previous two years.
It’s only natural for users to believe New Horizons has died, given Nintendo’s announcement that ACNH will no longer be supported.
Despite the fact that many veterans have left New Horizons, some newcomers are still exploring the ACNH universe. They also enjoy interacting with the villagers and creating their fantasy world in the game.
Interestingly, the April update for ACNH will be released soon, bringing with it a slew of new features for players to enjoy.
Seasonal updates are introduced by Nintendo, allowing players to experience a variety of changes on their island. Northern Hemisphere players will begin the Spring season in April, while Southern Hemisphere players will continue to enjoy the Autumn season on their islands.
The new season also brings new aesthetic changes to the island, as well as the migration of many critters depending on the players’ location.
Animal Crossing: New Horizons sees the return of Bunny Day
Since Nintendo has already stated that major updates for New Horizons will no longer be released, players are not optimistic about ACNH’s future.
Newcomers, on the other hand, are eager to get their hands on the Bunny Day event’s exclusive limited rewards.
Surprisingly, the Bunny series is the franchise’s largest furniture and clothing set.
From April 10 to April 17, the Bunny Day event will take place. Users will notice different eggs spawning on their island during this time. Earth, leaf, sky, stone, water, and wood are among them.
Furthermore, different eggs are required to create unique Bunny Day recipes that are given by Zipper, learned by picking up eggs, or discovered in special egg balloon presents.
As a result, if you want to add more items to your island’s decor, make sure to attend the upcoming Bunny Day event.
Glitches in Animal Crossing: New Horizon that is still functional
Like many games, Animal Crossing: New Horizons has bugs. Many of these have been present since the 2.0 update, but have yet to be addressed.
Nintendo, more than likely, was either unaware of them or didn’t see the need to address them.
Some of them can be beneficial, such as the ability to keep villagers in boxes until they are ready to be invited to their island.
Others are simply amusing, such as villagers moving their lips without saying anything.
Animal Crossing: New Horizon Glitches that still occur
Flick/Lazy villager speaking glitch- When players select the ‘I’ve got a bug to sell!’ option while speaking with Flick, he will not scream “WHAT KIND?!!” in Animales.
However, his mouth will move as if he is speaking, which is a flaw.
The same bug can occur if players wake up a snoozing villager in the middle of their nap. The Animal Crossing: New Horizon villager will be concerned and perplexed, rambling on with no sound coming out of his mouth.
Shirtless glitch- When one Animal Crossing player is using a mirror or vanity to change their appearance, another player may enter the room at the same time.
The changing gamer’s shirt may vanish, leaving a black or dark grey band on their chest if this occurs. Both male and female avatars will experience this.
Redeem Nook Miles, Nook Miles+ Bug- Only when Animal Crossing players have completed the ‘Redeem Nook Miles’ challenge in the Nook Miles+ app can this bug be exploited.
They must call the rescue service five times and allow Resetti to take 100 Nook Miles from them to activate the glitch.
Resetti will then give the players a list of places to visit, but they are not required to pick one. Instead, press the cancel button. After that, players would receive some free Nook Miles.
Villager shadow glitch- When a special visitor is about to leave Dodo Airport, Animal Crossing players can see them from outside the building if they shift their camera down to the lowest level next to the airport.
When the villager finally exits the structure, their character will appear to be permanently shadowed.
Infinite box glitch- Time travel can be used to gain access to this glitch. Players can travel back in time to 5.00 a.m. when the villager who is moving out is packing his belongings.
When this occurs, the next day is unable to begin. If players keep doing it, the villagers will be trapped in boxes indefinitely.
This is a fun glitch, but it can also be useful in allowing another player to capture the villager before they leave.
Friend island spawn- When visiting a friend’s island or vice versa, there’s a chance that all fish, bugs, and deep-sea creatures will eventually stop spawning. Players will not benefit from the bait.
Maple leaves, snowflakes, and cherry blossoms are examples of event items that can do this.
Because there is no specific trigger for this glitch or a way to fix it, players should simply be aware that it may occur.