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How to catch wasps easily in Animal Crossing: New Horizons

In Animal Crossing: New Horizons on Switch, wasp nests (which type of appear like beehives) can fall out of bushes that you just shake along with your arms or hit with an Axe. After the nest drops, wasps will fly out, chase you, and sting your face.

Luckily, there are easy methods to catch them and keep away from being stung. Here’s how:

  1. Shake bushes whereas along with your Net outfitted, so that you’ll be prepared if the wasps drop. (If you’re actually paranoid, shake any tree earlier than you employ your Axe on it.)
  2. Hold the B button to run away till you possibly can’t see the wasps anymore.
  3. Turn round and face the path you got here from.
  4. As the wasps get shut, press the A button to catch them in your Net. (To assist along with your timing, your Net has a spread of about 1.5 to 2 squares.)

You can see this in motion beneath.

How to catch wasps easily in Animal Crossing: New Horizons Image: Nintendo EPD/Nintendo through Polygon

Run away within the straightest line you possibly can, avoiding obstacles like bushes or buildings. If your path is blocked, you may find yourself getting slowed down (and stung). For those that stroll away with stings as an alternative of wasps, a minimum of there’s Medicine to heal your eye.

How to catch wasps easily in Animal Crossing: New Horizons

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