Animal Crossing: New Horizons ocarina is one of the many items you can craft in Nintendo's newest installment in the Animal Crossing franchise.
New Horizons is all about building from scratch. From the moment you land on your island, you're tasked with finding ingredients to put together all the tools, furniture, and accessories you could possibly need. While it may not seem like much, the ocarina can also be a useful tool—after all, player enjoyment is useful, isn't it?
The inclusion of the ocarina is a clever, simple hallmark, as well. What better way to present a bit of a crossover between two of their more popular series?
Animal Crossing: New Horizons Ocarina
In order to craft the ocarina, you'll need the recipe. It comes in a book of DIY recipes that you can purchase from Timmy in Resident Services. The price for the whole book is 480 bells and comes with several other recipes for you to try.
Crafting the ocarina is another matter. It takes five clay to craft. Fortunately, clay can be found all over the island inside rocks. The player can harvest from rocks by hitting them with shovels and axes. Once you collect all the clay, all you need to do is return to the crafting table and craft the item.
To play the ocarina, players simply need to hold and interact with it as they would with any other tool. It plays random notes when used, but may also hold specific notes depending on the button pressed.