The holidays have ended for Animal Crossing: New Horizons fans, and it's time to stop working the Toy Day event decorations and start getting ready for spring. It's not too early to start out thinking about everything players should do to plan the warmer months ahead.
For individuals who were able to get involved in springtime Animal Crossing events not too long ago, they might already have a multitude of brightly colored decorations to take off of storage and begin setting up around their island. Animal Crossing fans may wish to consider use Nook Miles Tickets and designing a different park because of their island. With the possibility of achievable spring decorations during Animal Crossing's 2021 events, players will like to leave room to be sure they can create any new items some may acquire.
Springtime is not just cherry blossom season, however. Players can also enjoy a number of events during March, April, and May. Bunny Day falls in April on the 1st to Easter, and Nature Day goes at the end of April at the start of May. Players will also wish to keep an eye out for February events that couldn't happen this past year, like Animal Crossing: New Horizons didn't turn out until March. Currently, there may be a rumor that Animal Crossing players are certain to get to enjoy Festival with all the vibrant peacock Pavé from the weeks in the future, that may start the events of warmer months served by a little color.
Players might also like to consider extracting their Magic Wand before spring in Animal Crossing starts. Setting up cute outfits to switch into is a fantastic way to experience the warmer weather any way you like. For players who may have had their shorts, swimsuits, and sandals in storage, now might be the time for you to revisit clothing options or stop into Able Sisters to view what fresh clothes are available to purchase. Springtime can be a colorful and exciting time for Animal Crossing: New Horizons, and then there could be much new stuff to look toward as the game nears its first anniversary.