ANIMAL CROSSING PATCH NOTES

 

animal crossing patch notes

The Patch notes for Animal Crossing:New Horizons v 1.3o and 1.30 are below. These versions were both released within the last week.

Most importantly, it resolves the glitch that was preventing players from walking over their zen bridges on the third tier of their island. It also fixes a number of issues linked to the swimming, diving, and wet suit update.

Here is a reminder of how awkward I was (and still am) when I started to play Animal Crossing

Here are the full patch notes, courtesy of the Nintendo support page.

Ver. 1.3.1

The software has been updated if you see “Ver. 1.3.1” in the upper-right corner of the title screen.

  • Fixed the following issues:
    • Addressed issue where players could not properly use a zen bridge or red zen bridge placed on top of a cliff (third tier).
    • Addressed issue where a wet suit would not be available for sale within Nook’s Cranny.
    • Addressed issue where hermit crabs would appear in places other than the beach.
    • Addressed issue where a dialogue bubble would improperly appear after speaking with island residents.

Ver. 1.3.0 (Released July 2, 2020)

The software has been updated if you see “Ver. 1.3.0” in the upper-right corner of the title screen.

  • General Updates
    • Players can now wear a wet suit and go diving in the ocean.
    • Players can now catch sea creatures while diving, which they can then donate to the museum.
    • Players can now encounter new visiting characters somewhere on the island.
    • Nook Miles can now be traded for new items.
    • New seasonal items have been added to the Nook Shopping catalog, available for limited time only.
  • Fixed the following issues:
    • The names of several fish have been fixed in Korean and Simplified Chinese.
    • Addressed issues to further ensure an enjoyable gaming experience.

Another update will follow this one early on in August. Specific details about the next update haven’t been shared just yet, so keep an eye out for more about this in the coming weeks.

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