Animal Crossing: New Horizons latest update adjusts the egg rate drop

Animal Crossing: New Horizons is celebrating Easter through Bunny Day, an ongoing event that fills your island up with multiple types of eggs that you can collect. These eggs can be crafted into themed pastel items, which is a nice idea, except the sheer number of eggs got in the way of the base game experience — and players have been loud about that. Well, Nintendo is listening.

A update went live midway through the Bunny Day event, and according to Nintendo’s official Japanese patch notes — which we’ve translated via Google — the 1.1.4 update has “the appearance rate of some eggs adjusted.” In a follow-up bullet point, the website notes that eggs will be easier to collect on Easter, the final day of the event (April 12.) So, fewer eggs overall for now, but if you’re hurting to finish your DIY collection for Zipper, you’ll still get a chance to complete the Bunny Day set before the event goes away. A good compromise.

For the benefit of anyone who’s not currently playing Animal Crossing, the game is currently in the midst of its in-game “Bunny Day” event. It started on April 1st, and runs until Easter Sunday on April 12th. As part of the event, eggs are randomly appearing in the game, which you can use to craft charming in-game items. The problem is that they’re appearing way too much. It’s impossible to fish without constantly catching water eggs, or to go mining without finding dozens of rock eggs. It’s eggscruciating. If you are in need of Cheap ACNH Items, come to 5mmo.com, where you can enjoy the cheapest price online and 3% off with a coupon code “5MMO”.

To Nintendo’s credit, the company has been quick to respond to issues with Animal Crossing: New Horizons a lot faster than most would expect. From the balloon spawn bug to this overabundance of eggs, Nintendo has been addressing concerns within a few days.But most importantly, now those that want to enjoy Bunny Day in Animal Crossing: New Horizons can do so, even if they have to look a little harder for eggs. While the more hardcore don’t have to watch as their villager catches 10 eggs in a row.

Bunny Day is the first major seasonal event for Animal Crossing, and will likely be followed by many more in the weeks to come. Each month also brings with it a changing roster of fish, bugs and other creatures to capture and sell or donate to the museum – so players always have something to do.

Animal Crossing: New Horizons has been a huge success for Nintendo

Animal Crossing: New Horizons has been a huge success for Nintendo, and its already beaten sales records for both Super Smash Bros. and Pokemon. The game released at the perfect time and has been a bastion for players quarantined around the world.At the beginning of April, New Horizons got its first holiday, which now come in the form of free updates, instead of being included in the game from the start. Theoretically, this would allow Nintendo to do even more with holidays than in the past, but so far it isn’t working that way.

Bunny Day has been a bit of a debacle in New Horizons, and it’s frustrated fans to no end. Things certainly could have been worse, but, unfortunately, the holiday didn’t go better, especially so close to launch.The crux of the Bunny Day event is for players to collect a bunch of eggs then use them to build a variety of festive DIY recipes. It sounds like it could be fun, but the big problem is how the game gives eggs to players. Eggs don’t have to be gained in a special way, they’re simply given out while gathering materials like normal. Players can get them from shaking trees, digging up areas, fishing, and more. The frustrating part is how many eggs the game shovels on players. In addition, our site z2u.com has a large quantity of safe Animal Crossing NH Bells For Sale.

The issue has since been patched and is better, but the number of eggs kept interfering with collecting basic supplies. This was especially frustrating for anyone that hadn’t advance very far and needed wood, iron, or anything else to build a shop or other buildings. Try and get some iron, get eggs; try and catch a fish, get an egg instead. This cycle directly interfered with the core design of Animal Crossing. Bunny Day lasts for twelve days, and if it wasn’t patched it could have severely hampered progress for players. Even with the patch, eggs still interfere with collecting materials. Honestly, for future holidays Nintendo should find a way for players to get items that don’t interfere with that core gameplay loop. Holidays present a lot of opportunities, but they should add on to the experience, not detract from it.

While the core idea of Bunny Day has been a problem, holidays in Animal Crossing simply need to have more variety in the future. Some of the furniture and clothing designs are cute, but that’s all that’s on offer. Holidays have the opportunity to bring new ideas and gameplay experiences into Animal Crossing. Add interesting new minigames into the mix, or premade islands that players can visit to meet new characters or interesting settlements. Because holidays are being developed after launch it allows for a lot more flexibility in terms of what’s added. Animal Crossing’s core gameplay is better than ever, and the perfect relaxing time sink, but it’d be great to see Nintendo be ambitious and add on something truly interesting.