Tuesday, August 3rd, 2021

The new Animal Crossing breakdown is really interesting, fans hope it stays

If you have ever tried to create a casual summer small outdoor area in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, you may experience the pain of setting up an outdoor swimming pool, but you can’t actually sit in it. Although it looks cool and refreshing, so far, the pool is just for searching, not for sitting or swimming.

A glitch in the recent Animal Crossing: New Horizons allows players to cut content that they would normally not be able to cut. Most notably, this includes pools and rivers.Now, many players are using it for interesting activities, such as Host pool party or Go swimming in the game river.

Usually, you can buy a diving suit to swim in the game without causing any disturbance, but this only applies to the ocean, not to rivers or swimming pools. But the fault is not limited to water-based objects.

Players also use it to sit in places that are normally inaccessible, such as gaps in large objects such as large plush teddy bears and teacup games:

It also applies to Rocket ship and rocking horsewith cotton candy machine.It is very popular 1 Reddit thread has more than 1,700 votes Ask users to beg Nintendo to let the glitch persist so that players can continue to have fun.

Part of the cause of the failure is related to the simplicity of operation. It only needs an unfinished puzzle project to be clipped into the glitches you want.

Of course, if you want to take a dip in the swimming pool, you do so at your own risk and at your own risk:

But it is important to know that if you are in trouble, you can call the rescue service to get yourself out of the trouble, or just restart the game to put it back in your home.

Another component of the glitch prevalence may be that there has been little “new” content in New Horizons recently. Although the “May 1st” event has just ended, it is relatively similar to last year’s event, and it seems that there is nothing more than repeated events.

Everyone hopes that we will eventually see major updates, such as adding Brewster from New Leaf, but Nintendo has yet to confirm that the rumors have been widespread, asking for a coffee shop in New Horizons.

Rebekah Valentine is a news reporter for IGN.You can find her on Twitter @duckvalentine.