Animal Crossing: New Horizons adds swimming and deep-sea diving next month


As a reminder, it's now wedding season in the game. Here you'll discover when the summer update is coming out and everything it includes from swimming to sea creatures. Since then, Nintendo has rolled out a bunch of updates (containing new items, buildings, features and characters) to keep players returning to their island. There are whale sharks all the way to great white beasties from Jaws, but remember that they'll be a few fish leaving at the end of June to be replaced.

Nintendo has announced the first summer update for Animal Crossing: New Horizons. When people get a wet suit in the first Animal Crossing: New Horizons Summer Update, they'll be able to head out into the ocean.

Gulliver will still pay visits to your island in the new update, but while he was previously dressed as a sailor, he will now come dressed as a pirate. And it's probably a good reason for anyone who went hard on New Horizons in the early days of the pandemic and ran out of things to do to revisit the game.

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With "Wave 1" players will be able to collect new sea creatures, which can be donated to Blathers at the museum or sold at Nook's Cranny, by swimming in the sea on their island. Renowned diver Pascal the Otter is also making a comeback in this update and will reward players with new pieces of furniture to craft. If you thought your museum was nearly complete, think again.

He appears in the sea and will ask you to give him a scallop, something Pascal has done in every Animal Crossing game.

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