Nintendo Nukes Item Dupe Glitch in Animal Crossing: New Horizons

Ruben Fields
March 28, 2020

Though the game has only been out a short while, Nintendo aren't messing around when it comes introducing Animal Crossing: New Horizons' first event: Bunny Day. Starting on April 1, you'll find a new visitor on your island: Zipper T. Bunny, the cute yet somewhat frightening personification of the Bunny Day spirit. If you miss it, you'll need to wait until next year to build all of these egg-themed items, so get ready for a big egg hunt! Maybe it's supposed to say that hard work over time will pay off (to a CEO Tanuki), and there is no "easy way' in real life".

As you can see, there should be plenty of Animal Crossing: New Horizons endgame content to keep you busy until then, and even well beyond. While the update adding the Animal Crossing Bunny Day event has already been doled out and applied, we now know when it and the upcoming Earth Day events will begin to appear.

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The event will run from April 1-12, so make sure you hop in and enjoy it while it's here. You have to complete them during this event, or you won't have access to them again.

According to Video Games Chronicle, there are many queer moments in the new Animal Crossing game, like a character named CJ referring to his male partner named Flick in the cutest (yet the most normal, casual) way ever!

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