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Nintendo scrambles to address Animal Crossing egg complaints

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A brand new patch has been launched for Animal Crossing: New Horizons, and in keeping with the patch notes it adjusts the quantity of eggs that seem as a part of the sport’s Bunny Day occasion. Polygon reports that the quantity of sky eggs showing within the recreation appear to have fallen because of the patch, however that the quantity of fishing eggs look like unchanged. Nonetheless, it’s nice information for anybody being pushed insane by the fixed whooshing of eggs floating overhead.

For the good thing about anybody who’s not at present taking part in Animal Crossing (learn: my editor), the sport is at present within the midst of its in-game “Bunny Day” event. It began on April 1st, and runs till Easter Sunday on April 12th. As a part of the occasion, eggs are randomly showing within the recreation, which you should utilize to craft charming in-game objects. The issue is that they’re showing approach an excessive amount of. It’s inconceivable to fish with out always catching fishing eggs, or to go mining with out discovering dozens of rock eggs. It’s eggscruciating. [Ed. note: Jon.]

In the event you need to assemble numerous eggs to craft the particular objects, nevertheless, you’ll must focus your efforts on the ultimate day of the occasion on April 12th, when the patch notes say it’ll be over-easy to gather them. Sorry for all of the egg puns, I really like yolk. [Ed. note: Jon!]

It’s reassuring to see Nintendo take such a proactive method to patching its newest recreation. Polygon notes that that is the fourth patch it’s issued for Animal Crossing in two weeks, and that many of the recreation’s early complaints are being handled rapidly. Right here’s to hoping Nintendo retains it up as gamers proceed by the sport’s content material all through the remainder of the yr.

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