Top 10 Things To Do Every Day In Animal Crossing: New Horizons

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Here are 10 things to do every day before you start exploring your island in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, to accelerate growth.

Here are 10 things to do every day before you start exploring your island in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, to accelerate growth.

Animal Crossing: New Horizons has finally arrived on Nintendo Switch. Surely you will already be discovering day by day the secrets of your island (no longer so much) deserted. However, if you're a novate animal crossing, you might find yourself a little disoriented in front of nintendo's title mechanics. So here are 10 things you should definitely do every day in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, which will allow you to accelerate the growth of the game and get more ACNH bells.

The first thing you should do every day in Animal Crossing: New Horizons is check the mail. Once you enter the game, head to the mailbox on the left of your home. If there is new mail, a blue icon with a stylized letter will station above it. If you don't see it, it means you haven't received anything today.

Checking the mail is very important, because every now and then you may find gifts sent by friends, inhabitants or even Nintendo itself. It is possible, in fact, that just because they have updated the game, the developers have decided to reward you with some useful items for your island.

 

Redeem the Nook Point reward

After leaving the house and checking the mail, it is good to head straight to The Nook Point, so as not to forget to withdraw the daily reward. In fact, accessing the Nook Point every day will earn you several Nook miles, which will constantly increase to the peak of 300 that you will reach on the seventh consecutive day of access. Also, you might find new items in the Nook Catalog, so it's not bad to take a look at that too.

 

Check the board

It may seem unattrile, but it's always advisable to check the island board daily to read new ads. Not only will you find all the latest updates regarding the game and its features, but you may also discover events, special dates or special appointments that you might have missed.

 

Take the itemsat the collection point

Another task to take into account is to check what is new at the collection point, namely the crate where the villagers deposit Animal Crossing furniture that are no longer needed. This action is useful not only to find new materials and decorative elements, but also to earn a few more Animal Crossing bells. In fact, just take everything you find in the checkout, keep what you need and sell the rest to Mirco. Nothing could be simpler.

 

Check new items in stores

Items that can be purchased in the various stores change every day. So it is always good to go and see what the "merchants" of your island offer again. You never know that the very lamp you were strenuously looking for has arrived.

 

Talk to visitors and residents

It is good and fair to greet your fellow citizens every day, even just out of kindness. But if courtesy is not a sufficient excuse for you, then perhaps it will be the fact that they could give you gifts. In addition, you may find visitors willing to sell you or give yourself unique and particular items. So, socialize!

 

Finding the rock of money

Every day a special rock will appear that will release up to 16,000 bells. Then start to scoop with axes and shovels every stone you find on the game map, until you come across a boulder that will start "crying" coins. Little tip: To avoid being thrown backwards during the action, dig two holes behind you. This gesture will save you several seconds, which you would otherwise lose to get back in place.

 

Digging up fossils

Other elements that appear daily are fossils. Every day, in fact, you will find about four excavation sites from which to unearth fossils to be delivered to Blatero, who will identify them. After that, you can choose whether to donate the find to the museum, or sell it for quite a few bells.

 

Search for bottle with message on the beach

Now, after doing these simple and essential chores inland, head to the shores of your island and scan them until you find one of the message bottles that, apparently, invade the seas of Animal Crossing: New Horizons, as they beach each day on the coasts of the players. Inside them you will find a message and, above all, a project for the work bench, fundamental for the expansion of your new green house.

 

Complete the five daily goals of the Miles of Nook+ app

After paying off your debt at the beginning of the game, you will unlock Miles of Nook+, what could be called the full version of the application that allows you to earn Nook miles, alternative currency to starlets in Animal Crossing: New Horizons.

It's important to complete the five daily goals because they'll give you double miles as a reward. After you have completed one goal, another one will appear immediately, but since this will not have the x2 multiplier, leave it alone for the time being and focus on those provided at the beginning of the day.

 

These are the 10 things you should do every day in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, before going on the adventure and continuing to make changes to your lush island. Ultimately, many of them are actions that could be compared to the normal course of day of many people: leaving the house, checking the mail, greeting neighbors and so on.

Let's hope we've helped. If you have any other advice that you find fundamental to the normal course of the day in Animal Crossing, feel free to share it with the other players below, in the comments.