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How to customize your phone in Animal Crossing: New Horizons

One of the primary objects you obtain in Animal Crossing: New Horizons on Switch is your Nook Phone, a smartphone that permits you to do all kinds of issues.

To personalize your system, there’s an merchandise that makes your cellphone case as particular person as you’re. In this information, we’ll clarify the straightforward course of for the way to customise your Nook Phone.

How to customise your Nook Phone

Unlike furnishings, you may’t customise your smartphone with one of many customization kits you get after attending Tom Nook’s customization workshop.

How to customize your phone in Animal Crossing: New Horizons Image: Nintendo EPD/Nintendo by way of Polygon

To make your system distinctive, you want a selected merchandise: a customizable cellphone case equipment. In our expertise, this merchandise began showing within the terminal at Residence Services across the time we began the method of shifting in our first three extra villagers.

The customizable cellphone case equipment prices 1,800 Nook Miles. But it doesn’t instantly unlock once you buy it: You’ll have to attend a day for it to be delivered to your private home.

Once you may have the equipment, head to any workbench, select the “customize something” choice, and select your equipment. From there, you’ll have the ability to select amongst a spread of latest colours on your cellphone case — or you may apply a customized design.

Customizable cellphone case kits are single use, so if you wish to replace your design, you’ll have to get a brand new one from Resident Services.

How to customize your phone in Animal Crossing: New Horizons

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