The latest patch for Animal Crossing: New Horizons is now available for Nintendo Switch players. The Animal Crossing: New Horizons 1.1.3 update was released and contained a few major bug fixes. Thanks to the players who pointed out the issues, developers have managed to fix some of them. Feedback is always welcomed!
The major issue that the update has fixed is in regards to the Bunny Day event. The main focus of the development team was fixing the event’s bug, which will continue to be available until April 12, 2020. The Bunny Day event offers the player a chance to gain eggs from different activities, such as from balloons as well as from rocks, fishing. The eggs can then be used for special craftings.
The major issue with the still ongoing event was that the ballons would not fly under all conditions, which was an impediment for the players. However, the new patch has fixed this bug, and now players can have better game experience.
About Animal Crossing: New Horizons
The second Animal Crossing: New Horizons patch has followed very quickly after the first update in order to fix other highlighted issues. Among these issues was the bug that affected Tom Nook’s request toward the island representative. His request was in regards to the plot of land to disappear.
The first game’s update has sorted out another major issue regarding the item duplication glitch. The first update has come out after March 20, 2020, and fixed the bug that was reported to break the economy of the title. No more duplication glitch into the Animal Crossing: New Horizons game.
The Animal Crossing: New Horizons launch was a huge success. The life sim game from Nintendo has broken the record of the Doom Eternal in the United Kingdom upon debut. If you haven’t tried the game out, we encourage you to do it. You won’t regret it, plus now with all these bug fixes, makes the game even more appealing.
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