Animal Crossing New Horizons had a quiet and chill June month but now we are directly running towards the summer. Now we can expect a slew of new content and updates coming to our paradise island. In the first part of the summer update, patch 1.3.0 is available from July 3. This is the second major update since the launch of this game!
In a post a few weeks back, we predicted and mined for information on upcoming updates. Our regular readers should be delighted to know that a majority of our predictions hit the mark! We predicted that Swimming/diving will be available in the future updates and Voila! But then let us get down to the official updates that have arrived at Animal Crossing New Horizons.
Go on! Grab that wet suit from Nook’s cranny and take a dive into the undiscovered world in Animal Crossing: The Ocean. And if for some reason water scares you, don’t you worry! You will have your own floating philosopher, Pascal right with you. What’s more… you get new sea creatures for your Museum, new mermaid set furniture to craft and aye…aye…Pirate Gulliver.
There is not much in the patch notes but we are sure that there is a lot of stuff coming to Animal Crossing this Summer. The official down below have a brief information about the update and some bug & crash fixes.
Official Animal Crossing New Horizons 1.3.0 Patch Notes
Ver. 1.3.0 [2020.7.3]
The software has been updated if you see “Patch 1.3.0” in the upper-right corner of the title screen.
- Wearing a marine suit, you can now dive in the sea.
- You can now donate seafood that you can get by diving to the museum.
- You can meet new visitors somewhere on the island.
- Tanuki mileage exchange gift was added.
- Added seasonal raccoon shopping items.
Fixed some fish names in Korean/Simplified.
In addition, we made adjustments and fixed defects so that you can play the game comfortably.
If you want to continue playing online multiplayer then you will have to update the game to 1.3.0.
There are a number of small changes that are not included in the patch notes and we will like to add them here. We want to make things easier for you to discover.
Here is the twitter post from Official Nintendo of America that shows the shop changes after the update:
The new wet suits start from around 800 Nook Miles so if anyone was looking for ways to spend their spare Nook Miles, here you go! The Pirate Gulliver also comes with his own new sets of items.
We will update this post as we discover more things coming to Animal Crossing New Horizons. Let us know in the comments below about your thoughts on the new update.