As a business game that is highly synchronized with reality, Animal Crossing will update the catchable creatures, including bugs, fish and sea creatures, according to seasonal characteristics every month. And for some iconic festivals, Nook Shopping will also sell unique festive items to help you create the right atmosphere on the island.
As we move in August, Animal Crossing brings content corresponding to the months and seasons in both the southern and northern hemispheres. Players can earn Animal Crossing Bells by acquiring these new creatures, and now, let's see what new surprises await us:
For players in the northern hemisphere, the entire month of August is perfect for catching bugs to enrich museums or exchange for bells. We'll catch Rice Grasshopper and Migratory Locust on the ground, both from 8 am to 7 pm, and Walker Cicada from the trees, usually from 8 am to 5 pm.
Players in the southern hemisphere can catch Tiger Beetle on the ground throughout the day, and it is usually worth 1500 Bells.
2. Fishes and Sea Creature
Sadly, no new fish or sea creatures have been introduced to the Southern Hemisphere.
But players in the northern hemisphere can fish Moray Eel and Ray in Ocean and Soft-Shelled Turtle in River. Ray is available from 4 am to 9 pm of the day; Soft-Shelled Turtle is available from 4 pm to 9 am of the day, and Moray Eel is available all day.
At the same time, players can also catch the Flatworm in the deep sea by diving, which haunts with small shadow all day from 4 pm to 9 am.
3. Seasonal Animal Crossing Items
Players who are in the northern hemisphere during the height of summer will continue to be able to pick up summer seashells on the beach and use them to make cute ocean-themed furniture. It is worth mentioning that before August 22, players can collect Leo star fragments by making a wish like a meteor to make corresponding constellation-themed furniture.
And players who are in the southern hemisphere during the winter can use the net to collect snowflake and make related recipes.
4. August Events
Every Sunday -- Fireworks Festival.
August 15th -- Obon (Japan only)
Third Saturday -- Bug-Off (Northern Hemisphere only)
Players will see the fireworks show every Sunday from 7 pm to 12 pm and will be able to customize the firework designs at Isabelle's desk. Meanwhile, Jolly Redd's raffle prizes will add fireworks, marshmallows and other festive rewards.
For loyal fans of Animal Crossing: New Horizon, enjoying the new content every month will be the greatest joy. If you want to get your favorite furniture, recipes, villagers, and other resources, you can directly come to MMOWTS to get them, we sincerely welcome every island builder and will bring you high-quality services.