Despite the fact that it has been nearly a month since the release of Update 2.0 for Animal Crossing: New Horizons, players are still largely unaware of what it contains. Fans have visited the mysterious Islands with Kapp'n and met Brewste at his cafe over the course of the past few weeks. However, there is still a great deal more for fans to learn about, including features they aren't familiar with.
Here are some of the most useful Update 2.0 features that you may not have been aware of until now.
Best kept a secretAnimal Crossing: New Horizons has a number of new features in version 2.0.
Daisy Mae's turnips are a favorite among all of her customers. Many Animal Crossing players, on the other hand, don't see her very often after her weekly Sunday morning visit. However, with the release of Update 2.0, players will be able to interact with an orange boar around 12 o'clock at the Roost. Additionally, she will not be sporting her well-known headgear, which is one of the most effective methods of eliciting new dialogue from her.
Furthermore, players can now file a complaint with Isabelle at Resident Services about the conditions of villager homes. This guide will assist players in resetting their starter villager homes in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. As a result, fans can now easily switch residences without having to worry about their residences becoming stuck in an unusual manner. However, they will only be able to do so if they have the option to decorate the homes of the villagers. Fans will require access to the Happy Home Paradise DLC in order to take advantage of this feature.
Mother's Day edible mail gifts and a hanging decorationGyroids are a type of robot.
Mothers will send food and other Animal Crossing items to their children through the mail in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. This includes the mother's homemade cake, which is now edible as a result of the release of Update 2.0. Furthermore, the other food items she provides will be edible as well, much to the delight of those who consume them in game. Gyroids, which were recently re-introduced to the franchise with Update 2.0, are a popular collectible. However, not many fans are aware that the new Gyroids can now be mounted on the wall and used as shelves.
Players can definitely spice up their Island in Animal Crossing: New Horizons by taking advantage of these features. Additionally, some of these features make life easier for fans by eliminating certain stumbling blocks that previously existed. In general, the game's community continues to discover new and interesting features for players to experiment with on the Island.