Another Animal Crossing cloning glitch has been eradicated. Nintendo has been pretty swift about removing exploits from Animal Crossing: New Horizons, and the Nintendo Switch installment has had one other simple one eliminated. If you had been cloning 2×1-sized gadgets, that’s over now. The May 21, 2020 1.2.1 patch put an finish to that.
We went over this Animal Crossing: New Horizons duplication bug again when it was first found and even released a video showing exactly how it worked. (That video has since been faraway from YouTube by a copyright declare.) If somebody positioned a 4×Four desk within the heart of a room, a 2×1 desk beside it, and a 2×1 merchandise on prime of the desk, then regularly dragged and dropped the two×1 desk across the 4×Four one to drive it to rotate, it might set off an Animal Crossing cloning glitch. When somebody left the room and reentered it, they’d discover a number of copies of the two×1 merchandise on prime of the desk across the room. These may then be positioned in storage and bought, shared, or used nonetheless somebody would really like.
While the Animal Crossing: New Horizons 1.2.1 patch notes don’t point out it, I’ve examined and confirmed that this 2×1 exploit is now gone. The official description solely says this includes basic updates and it “addressed issues to further ensure an enjoyable gaming experience.”
Animal Crossing: New Horizons is accessible for the Nintendo Switch.