The Egg Hunt in Animal Crossing New Horizons will return on April 4, but the islands already have eggs

 

The Egg Hunt in Animal Crossing New Horizons will return on April 4, but the islands already have eggs 

The first event of the game, which premiered in early April 2020, will officially return this year on Sunday the 4th.


How time goes by, just a year ago we were enjoying Animal Crossing New Horizons for Nintendo Switch , just released on our console in the midst of a pandemic . A week ago, and although we are still immersed in said coronavirus pandemic , we celebrated its first anniversary as a premiere in the Nintendo hybrid.


A few weeks later, we had to change the chip on our islands to receive the first event for the game, called the Egg Hunt . In rivers, coasts, buried, in trees, balloons ... the eggs flooded all the islands and from a certain date the event itself began . Enjoyed by some players and hated by others, he spent time on our machines.


But after a whole year on consoles, it was inevitable that the circle would be completed and the event of the Egg Hunt would come back to us again . From the official Spanish Animal Crossing account on Twitter , @AC_Canela , they have warned today that each year this celebration will be held on different dates than the previous ones.


" This year it's April 4, that is, next Sunday! Starting today, you may find eggs hidden on your island. Let's see how many you discover! ", That means that today there will already be eggs through all the nooks and crannies of your islands. Nice, huh? Coti will return with, perhaps, new recipes based on eggs.



In this way, today Sunday we have been blessed with two important changes in our daily lives: one of them the change of time , which today at dawn has advanced the clocks from 2 to 3 AM. Another one is the inclusion of the eggs back to the islands of Animal Crossing New Horizons.


Are you looking forward to returning the Eggs from the Egg Hunt, Coti and the recipes to Animal Crossing New Horizons ? 

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