​Animal Crossing New Horizons: What will be updated in September



September has arrived, and players may look forward to the new events that will appear in September. Nintendo does its best to connect games to users' daily lives. Therefore, with the help of regular updates, the developers have also made changes to the player's island.


Unfortunately, there will not be a large number of events for players to enjoy in September. Only players in the northern hemisphere have the opportunity to participate in deworming activities. Bug Offs are special events that allow players to catch as many bugs as possible in a limited time to earn points.


It happens on the third Saturday in June, July, August and September, from 9 am to 6 pm. Therefore, if you have not participated in the event, this may be your last chance to obtain these limited items.


Seasonal Updates and Bush changes


In September, we will first feel the changes in the seasonal environment. Users in the northern hemisphere will enjoy autumn, while players in the south will enjoy the atmosphere of spring. The bushes will also change with the seasons. Players can even clearly see their changes, such as the grass in the northern hemisphere has gradually become light green. The bushes have obvious time changes.


Hibiscus bushes will stop blooming after September 20; however, tea olive bushes will bloom in the northern hemisphere from September 21 to October 30. Unfortunately, users in the southern hemisphere will not see any new bushes flourish in September, but the camellia bushes will stop blooming after September.


Bugs, Fishes, and Sea Creatures replaced


Changes in insects, fish and marine life will be more pronounced due to seasonal changes. Therefore, in September we will see many new creatures entering the island. This is also the best season for you to complete the encyclopedia.


In addition, if it is the northern hemisphere, you will see the arrival of various insects, such as yellow butterflies, monarch butterflies, crickets, bell crickets, red dragonflies, violet beetles, centipedes and centipedes. For the southern hemisphere, players will see yellow butterflies, tiger butterflies, peacock butterflies, praying mantises, orchid mantises, bees, bed bugs, face bugs, ladybirds and tiger beetles. Read More: https://www.mmoso.com/Animal-crossing_Bells



Sep-01-2021

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