Animal Crossing: New Horizons was already providing us with a ray of sunshine in gloomy times, and there’s yet more good news on the way, as the game is getting two free events next month.
First, a couple of events are scheduled to occur for April in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. The first event, which is called Bunny Day, was already commenced a couple of days ago, and the other, which will celebrate Earth Day, is set to occur sometime this month.
Bunny Day – A new event to celebrate Easter in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. As previously mentioned, the event is already live in the game until April 12, via a new update that brought the adorable yet slightly creepy Zipper T. Bunny as a visiting character who will also serve as Bunny Day’s host. Throughout the event, players will find literal Easter Eggs scattered across the island, which they need to obtain DIY recipes that will only be available during Bunny Day. If you need Buy Animal Crossing New Horizons Nook Miles Tickets, you can visit our site z2u.com.
Bunny Day runs only between 1 April and 12 April, after which you’ll have to wait until next year to see Zipper and his eggs again.The second event is themed around Earth Day, which in previous games has been referred to as Nature Day.No specific date was given for the event, but the real Earth Day is 22 April, so it’s obviously going to be sometime around then.
Although Animal Crossing: New Horizons won’t pressure players to talk to villagers, continuously ignoring them will result in them leaving the island. Apart from talking to them on a daily basis, players should also be aware of each villager’s birthday so they can attend their parties and even give them gifts on their special day. Of course, if the player is not to keen on a certain villager, they can always select them to leave the village, but ignoring them completely will do the trick.