Crossing the Animals: New Horizons it's out today. I have spent a lot of time with this great game over the last few weeks, and while that may not be enough to capture the whole truth of what it has to offer, I have a few tips for people looking to make the most of it from the first days on their island. Here is a guide to help you.
Place your house near Residential.
The first thing you will do after arriving on your island is to choose the location of your home. Tom Nook, the most comfortable founder of your life now, that offers you a small tent and sends you out into the wilderness with your travel companions to find your hiking spot.
You don't have much property to choose from in the beginning – the island is cut off by the rivers right now – but I would suggest that you set up your tent somewhere near where Nook has set up his camp. This eventually becomes Residential Services, a basic feature of the island where you plan to be added to your home and island, order items from the Nook terminal, and finally visit Isabelle to say hello. The locals you live with will meet in the area regularly, making it easy to find them while roaming the island.
Also, if you end up not liking this first place, you will eventually be able to move your house to any island.
Buy upgrade from Nook terminal very quickly.
Speaking of Nook terminal, you'll want to visit this virtual ATM machine. This is where you will use your Nook Miles (the Nook's second highest prize player to complete the tasks on the island), pay off your loan, and browse through your catalog.
One of the most useful things you'll find in the Nook terminal at the beginning are the organization's pocket indicators, which is a fun way to say launch updates. Initially, you won't have much space to carry things around, but your packs will go up unbelievably big once you get these directions. They pop up occasionally in the early days of your island adventure, so save the Nook terminal and catch it as soon as possible.
As a package guide, you will want to enter the Nook terminal for advanced tool recipes. While the short tools you start with are easy to do with a few common tools, advanced tools have better durability. Most of these recipes will involve combining unusual tools with iron ore, which you can find on the cutting stones and your shovel, so reach in early.
I'm not sure if these enhancements are tied to days spent on the island or on the go, but it's wise to visit the Nook terminal at least once a day to check out its latest offerings and collect a few Nook Miles for your dedication.
Don't forget to wrap the wardrobe in Nook & # 39; s Cranny.
In the end, Nook, Timmy and Tommy's twins will open their own shop instead of selling bootleg out of their father's tent. Nook & # 39; s Cranny is as active as it has been in the previous games by making it a focal point for buying and selling items, but it also offers recipes for cupboard recipes. Initially, these will be just short tool recipes, which you should have, but over time they will start incorporating different types of flowers and cookbooks full of DIY projects.
These cookbooks do not include anything important, and you probably won't be able to quickly build a number of items inside because of the things they need, but they do help to fill your cookbook with just a few bells. If you're stuck on how to decorate your house, pick up a few of these recipes and see what they have to offer. You can just find your next quote piece.
Plan ahead to avoid worries about tool rigidity.
Crossing the Animals: New Horizons it is not a great open world game or survival game, but it is good to plan well in advance before you leave the island. There is nothing more frustrating than having to dig through fossils and bend your shovel, forcing you to leave a big, bad hole in the back as you rush back into the workbox to do something new.
Take inventory of what you hope to accomplish after you leave the house. Will you leave and leave some trees in the wood? Do you need to refill your clay? What about fishing? You have to fish all the time! Depending on your goals, you should carry many of the same tools to switch to a vacation or fishing boat where the need arises. They broke down faster than you think.
This is especially important when traveling to other islands. By purchasing a ticket at Nook terminal, the local airport will fly to a random island full of amenities. The discarded pilot offers a few refreshing Nook Miles tools, but restoring them can be exhausting if you don't bring the materials with you. Once your inventory is upgraded, it shouldn't be a problem to take two or three tools you love to minimize disruption.
Everything is moving in real time.
The largest painting Animal Crossing, at least in my opinion, its persistent world. Time travels at the same speed at New Horizons just like in real life, so the game will draw time and date from you Change before launch to make sure it's the same as the real world. Naturally, this means that certain events will take place only at certain times or days.
You will want to sign in Animal Crossing a little everyday, but when it completely depends on what you want to do. General stores and clothing – both open at 8 a.m. and close at 9 p.m. and 10 p.m., respectively – they have their own programs, as do the insects and fish you encounter. Check out Critterpedia, the island's wildlife encyclopedia, for more information on when to find specific species.
That means, if your fishing trip ends too late, you can leave the items you wish to sell at a regular box store for 80% of the total price. Money will be deposited into your bank account the next morning. The previous games have allowed you to give the opportunity for day shops to open, but I will still come across that option New Horizons
Spend some time each day collecting resources.
Crafting is totally new Crossing the Animals: New Horizons, meaning that most long-term players will have to agree to the plan sooner rather than later. Therefore, I found it helpful to spend early mornings walking around and harvesting my island of as many sources as possible. This means hitting rocks, flooding trees, and catching anything that can fall overnight.
In the beginning, you won't have much to use for these materials, but once you start building your cookbook, you'll be glad you have rocks and sticks in store.
Use the rock trick to get some rewards.
A good strategy to use when searching for these resources is "trick."
Once you've hit a rock and shovel, you'll have a limited time to continue hitting the rock before giving up resources. That said, every hit will drive you away from the rock, which means you'll have to spend valuable time moving forward every time you hit. High-quality whackflow whacks will bring you 7 items, but with a rock, you can push it up to 8.
Setting up a rock strategy is easy: Before hitting a rock, dig two holes in the house in such a way that, when you hit it, the holes will keep you from being pursued away. It's a little hard to explain in words, but check out my example in the GIF below for a better idea. After all, it's as simple as pressing the A button and getting rewards.
This is especially helpful if you find a fixed rock designated as the financial rock of your island for the day. Stones fall, you guessed it, money instead of materials. Bells were lowered to expand the system, making a difference between 7 and 8 and hit 8,000 Big Bells. And you want those Bells!
Trying to dig holes after realizing you've struck gold takes a long time and frustrates the strategy. I use a rock trick on every rock I hit in the event I end up getting a coin.
Upgrading your house = extra storage space.
Storage space is an inside concern Animal Crossing games, though New Horizons He is very good at giving players space to keep all their clutter. When you progress from the tent to the right house by paying off your first loan, you will easily be able to save hundreds of items. Maintenance also increases as the house becomes larger. I'm a hoarder, and I've never found myself without a place to store a variety of items and furniture.
You can't manually edit on the storage screen, unfortunately, but there are ways to sort things alphabetically, by extension, by genre. Even if something doesn't seem to work, such as trash from the sea or beeswax, it is wise to keep a few in storage because recipes can be expensive for you in the future.
Have fun while catching bugs.
Time Animal Crossing players will already know, but you can hold down the A button while using your net to adjust the tool and skip the rising bugs. Catching bugs seems very forgiving New Horizons, but I've met a few that will disappear as soon as you get close. Use this simple strategy to get the jump on them.
Clams, fish attraction, ???, profit.
While talking on the beaches in between Crossing the Animals: New Horizons, you might see tiny spaces of water bubbling up in the sand all the time. This shows the presence of a manila clam, and cutting it will give you a simple fish-fishing recipe. One clam is the equivalent of one quart, which can be thrown into any body of water to pull a fish out of the area quickly.
I still love to walk along the coast and scatter the rivers of my island on a fishing expedition, but if you're after large vessels, I highly recommend building a few pieces of buffalo and heading for the pier. This is where you find rare, pricey fish such as blue marlin and tuna, which sell for thousands of one Bell Even small fish such as banned knijjer and red snapper can get the dough.
It may take a while before you find anything important, but stay on it and you'll have a good number of Bells in advance.
Soak everything inside.
These tips can New Horizons It sounds like a grind, but the game is actually the one doing it. I rushed to certain fields to see as much as I could before returning to the embargo, but actually had to be played for at least a year to get everything. This is a life simulator, after all. You can take it as easy as you want or go hard on paying off a loan and decorating your home.
My absolute recommendation for New Horizons the heat. Get in touch with your residents, send books, take directions from Nook on community projects, spend time chatting with Isabelle, and do what you love most on a given day. If you miss something, like a special guest or event, there's a good chance they'll be around again in a few weeks. A brief daily check-in should be enough to see what's going on on your island and whether you need anything to do anything.
Crossing the Animals: New Horizons it is best treated as an outlet in the real world, especially in the times we live in now. Don't worry about renovating your house because Nook is an awesome land developer. The island does not need bridges right away because locals seem to be traveling by telephone. Hoarding resources are not important because they are numerous and reusable. Take time to listen to the ocean and imagine what life would be like if the earth were like another Animal Crossing.
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