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Animal Crossing: New Horizons Patch 1.1.4 Fixes a ‘Bug’ Bug and Adjusts Bunny Day Egg Drops

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    Animal Crossing New Horizons Bunny Day Bug Sculpture Update Patch

    Animal Crossing: New Horizons update patch 1.1.4 will be fixing a bug and adjusting the Bunny Day egg drop rates. The bug fix actually involves a bug, believe it or not. There was an issue where players would not receive the correct sculpture when giving three scarab beetles to Flick. Additionally, drop rates for the Bunny Day eggs have been adjusted. This will go into effect until April 11, 2020. Eggs will be easier to collect on Bunny Day.

    Bunny Day is a holiday in Animal Crossing: New Horizons when players can participate (willingly or unwillingly) in an egg hunt of sorts. Eggs are scattered around your island and can be found in numerous places, like in the ground or even on trees. Collecting these eggs allows players to craft special Bunny Day DIY recipes to make themed furniture and clothing. This holiday started on April 1, 2020 and will end on April 12, 2020.

    Other bugs have been fixed since the release of Animal Crossing: New Horizons. These include the item duplication glitch, and issue regarding villagers moving out and being unable to leave your island. Thankfully, these issues were patched out last week.

    A reminder that if you want to play the game online, you will need to update your console before either flinging open your city gates or jet setting off to a friend’s island. If you’re looking to entice friends, or even strangers, to come to your island, we have some helpful tips for that.

    Animal Crossing: New Horizons is available for the Nintendo Switch. If you need help getting started, you can check out our guide that covers all you need to know about house expansion, getting your first bridge, and more.

    Kazuma Hashimoto
    Translator and streamer, Kazuma spends his time playing a variety of games ranging from farming simulators to classic CRPGs.




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