Animal Crossing: New Horizons 1.1.4: Biggest Takeaways

Animal Crossing: New Horizons 1.1.4: biggest takeaways are definitely going to make players hop for joy.
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Animal Crossing: New Horizons 1.1.4: biggest takeaways are definitely going to make players hop for joy.

The tyranny of Bunny Day has become a lot more bearable, glitch fixes, and other quality control changes come with this new patch. Version 1.1.4 is a clear sign that Nintendo was listening to the gripes of their player base and is willing to make adjustments based on player needs. After all, who could've predicted we would all be inside lamenting the loss of our island ecosystem in exchange for colorful eggs?

Animal Crossing: New Horizons 1.1.4: Biggest Takeaways

No longer will we suffer under the boot of Zipper the bunny and his hoard of edible eggs—and yes, they are edible!

Nintendo has adjusted the rate at which the eggs currently spawn on player islands. Eggs will appear less frequently from Apr. 1-11, but then rapidly increase on the actually day of the holiday. Fortunately, this means that players will be able to catch fish and dig-up fossils with some sort of reliability once again.

Additionally, the company has also fixed the high amount of egg balloons that drift across the island skies. This is included in the previous fix, but it's worth drawing specific attention to as it's something that has been remarked about several times by the community.

Here's hoping this patch brings a bit more stability to the game and ends the overwhelming amount of holiday "cheer."