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Easter Eggs in Animal Crossing: New Horizons
Easter Eggs in Animal Crossing: New Horizons

If we want to find the Easter eggs that Coti has hidden on the island of Animal Crossing: New Horizons We need to know where each type is, as they really are easy to locate once we know where to look.

Of course, there is a limited time, the Egg Hunt is an event that lasts from April 1 to 12. For it to appear we must update Animal Crossing: New Horizons, so we need to connect the Nintendo Switch to a WiFi network.

We have to play with a user profile that has an associated Nintendo account, since the events are activated through the Internet, without take into account the internal clock of the console. Therefore, we will not be able to play it again even if we change the date in the Switch settings.

Egg Locations

In total there are 6 kinds of Easter eggs, and they are hidden where there are normally other resources (fruit, fish, stones, wood …). Here are the locations in Animal Crossing: New Horizons for each of them:

  1. Wooded Egg: Shaking trees (leaves fall).
  2. Rock Egg: Hitting rocks with shovel or axe
  3. Aquatic Egg: Fishing, fish with small and medium silhouettes.
  4. Woody Egg: Hitting trees with an axe.
  5. Terrestrial Egg: Digging into crevices of fossils.
  6. Light blue egg: Bursting multicolored balloons (they drop from the gift).
Easter Eggs in Animal Crossing: New Horizons
Easter Eggs in Animal Crossing: New Horizons

Some of these Easter eggs will require you to have been playing Animal Crossing: New Horizons for several days to get the items, and time is against us.

The ax and the cane are the first things they give us, but to get the terrestrial eggs from the fossils we will need a shovel and the pole, the latter to jump across rivers.

The DIY project for the pole is given to us by Socrates after setting up his tent, but first we need to deliver fish and insects to Tom Nook so that he will pique Socrates' curiosity and move to the island.

Regarding the slingshot to explode the multicolored balloons that contain light blue eggs, we can buy the project of DIY Tendo for 300 Bells, or your own slingshot for 900 Bells (press the "R" button when he shows off his wares).

Although we can find Easter eggs quite easily on our island, there will be many more if we visit another one through a Nook Miles Coupon.

What can I do with the eggs?

Even though eggs can be eaten or sold to Tendo, the main purpose is to use them as materials to make clothing and furniture, always with Easter theme.

The problem is that we must get the DIY projects, starting with the Egg Hunt Bed that Coti will give us when presenting the event.

The rest of the projects will be found randomly in bottles on the beach, they will be given to us the islanders when we talk to them or they will be in the gifts of the balloons.

In addition, as we get certain amounts of each type of egg we will learn to make suits, shoes and hats of that type. In other words, there will be 6 variants, depending on the egg we use as a base.

On April 12, the big day of the Easter event (and the last one), Coti will give us a project and, if we have completed them all before the end of the day, he will give usadditional projects as prizes.

There are many elements to achieve in a few days, but it is possible to achieve it if we make an effort. Knowing where to find each of the eggs will make it easier to complete the entire Animal Crossing: New Horizons Easter event and get the prizes.

What do you think of these Easter days? Do you think Animal Crossing: New Horizons makes it too difficult to get all the items?

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