Halloween candy is the best in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, but this month is a fairly limited content.
The latest Animal Crossing: New Horizons update introduced some significant new content. Of course, the biggest addition is the Halloween event!
New Horizons players can get ready now for all the spooky festivities, which involves collecting tons of delicious candy to hand out to villagers, growing pumpkins, and much more. Here’s how to get more candy and enjoy a really spooky Halloween!
Purchase Halloween Candy From Your Friends
Along with the standard bug and fish changes this fall, tons of brand-new content has been introduced to New Horizons. Halloween candy, of course, is the best of them all!
If you have already spent some time playing the game in October, then you certainly spotted that delicious candy at the Nookling shop. But, Timmy and Tommy are telling us that candy can only be bought once per day. What a shame!
But, even if such a thing is fairly limited, there are many other ways to get more of that delicious Halloween candy!
First, visit your friends every day and buy extra candy on their islands. Luckily, purchasing candy at a friend’s island doesn’t steal the chance from the island’s owner.
Villagers Can Offer Candy, Too
Trick-or-treating, everyone! Dress up in your favorite costume and go to villagers’ houses. You’ll get extra Halloween candy and get to spend more time with your neighbors.
There are many Halloween costumes and scary accessories available in Animal Crossing: New Horizons to buy or craft.
Meet Jack, the Czar of Halloween
Jack is the Czar of Halloween in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, and he’ll only show up on your island during the event. He’ll ask for two pieces of candy and will offer you Jack’s Robe and Jack’s Face after receiving his candy.
You can dress up like Jack with those clothing items and scare all the villagers!
As our second lead editor, Suzanne Fisher provides guidance on the stories Tech Life reporters cover. She has been instrumental in making sure the content on the site is clear and accurate for our readers. If you see a particularly clever title, you can likely thank Suzanne. Suzanne received a BA and MA from Fordham University.