While controversial for some, adjusting your Nintendo Switch’s clock to fast-forward the time or day in Animal Crossing: New Horizons is a practice that stretches again because the starting of the collection. But with the sport’s huge winter replace, followers say that Nintendo has modified what you’ll be able to and may’t do whereas time touring.
First, the excellent news: You can nonetheless time journey. What’s modified, in line with many time-traveling gamers, is that Nintendo has tweaked — or somewhat, strengthened — how occasions work. Previously, the corporate introduced that you’d be unable to set off huge seasonal occasions forward of time, as a result of the sport would truly verify in case your clock was appropriate. But, as many followers discovered, Nintendo wasn’t constant in imposing these guidelines. For instance, previous to this new replace, you can time journey to Halloween and benefit from the festivities. A handful of latest occasions have labored this fashion as effectively.
No extra! Polygon examined it out, and you’ll’t simply modify your clock to make it Turkey Day (aka Thanksgiving) anytime you’d like. Fans are reporting that you would be able to nonetheless journey backward to occasions which have already transpired in the actual world, however you can not expertise new content material by leaping ahead.
Some followers are rolling with the punches right here, and aren’t bothered by Nintendo doing precisely what the corporate stated it will do. Plus, it’s not as enormous of a deal in the event you can nonetheless return and revel in issues later; the one limitation is in getting there quicker. Others, in the meantime, bemoan the change — as a result of there are authentic causes to time journey within the first place.
“This really sucks for people with busy schedules who don’t have time to do all of the events right when they take place,” one participant wrote on a Facebook group dedicated to time-traveling fans. “Especially for events like Toy Day and Turkey Day/the Harvest Festival when people are going to be spending time with their loved ones … I know you can go back and do them, but it just doesn’t feel the same. Doing them before feels a lot more festive because everyone is still exited about the event.”