The latest New Horizons update 1.1.4 addresses fan complaints about the ongoing Bunny Day event that has taken over players’ islands.According to Nintendo’s Japanese site, the patch lowers the drop rates for some of the collectible eggs used for Bunny Day, including the water egg, which replaces fish in the river and ocean. While this will make it more difficult to craft the egg-themed furniture that is exclusive to the April event, the nerfed egg spawns are temporary.
On Bunny Day proper, which falls on Easter Sunday, April 12, the egg drop rates will rise significantly. This will make it easier for players to finish off their collection of crafted furniture to show to Zipper T. Bunny, the mysterious host of the Easter-themed event.This compromise should please Animal Crossing fans who have been critical of the event for making it difficult to catch fish and mine minerals over the 12-day event period.
For a game that was only a few weeks old and was generating a ton of positive buzz, Animal Crossing: New Horizons began to frustrate its fans who are more focused on completing all the tasks the game has to offer, not just the Bunny Day ones. Many of the most dedicated Animal Crossing: New Horizons players had already done everything that Zipper asked and wanted to focus on making bells or collecting new species for Blathers’ museum, but instead eggs continued to take over. If you need Buy ACNH Items, you can visit our site 5mmo.com.
Most players were in agreement that Bunny Day is a fun event, but the eggs were getting a little too overbearing. Now, this patch should lower the odds of eggs appearing in place of rare fish like the Neon Tetra, fossils, or presents flying through the air.
If you want to gather lots of eggs to craft the special items, however, you’ll have to focus your efforts on the final day of the event on April 12th, when the patch notes say it’ll be over-easy to collect them. Sorry for all the egg puns, I love a good yolk.It’s reassuring to see Nintendo take such a proactive approach to patching its latest game. Polygon notes that this is the fourth patch it’s issued for Animal Crossing in two weeks, and that most of the game’s early complaints are being dealt with quickly. Here’s to hoping Nintendo keeps it up as players proceed through the game’s content throughout the rest of the year.