Animal Crossing New Horizons: How to Get Cherry Blossom Trees (Pink Blossom)

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Animal Crossing: New Horizons Changes Gender Options to 'Styles' for English Release

Bunny Day runs from April 1 through April 12 and this is the only time in 2020 that the event will be available. The update, which is live in-game right now, appears to have only one function: the removal of the "item cloning" glitch that has been exploited by BAD villagers since launch. Starting on April 1, you'll find a new visitor on your island: Zipper T. Bunny, the cute yet somewhat frightening personification of the Bunny Day spirit. Using those eggs, you'll then be able to craft special seasonal items.

Yesterday we brought you the news that Animal Crossing: New Horizons is the second fastest selling Switch game in the United Kingdom (just behind the duo that was Pokémon Sword & Shield).

The good news is that you won't have to do anything to get cherry blossom trees, also know as pink blossom trees in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. A new event celebrating Earth Day will be arriving in April; no specific date was given, but Earth Day takes place on 22nd April annually in the real world. Development "is still going", but she also said, "We're not sure if we have to shift anything, but I think we have to be flexible". "All of the charms of the series' previous games are here, but with gorgeous new graphics, DIY crafting and the eventual ability to remodel your island, you can really create the island settlement of your dreams".

Animal Crossing: New Horizons is now available on the Nintendo Switch.

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