Animal Crossing: New Horizons players frustrated by the recent Bunny Day event have been granted a slight reprieve in the form of a new update. The Nintendo Switch exclusive received a small patch early Monday morning and according to the notes, the update will lower the appearance rate of eggs in the game.
While Bunny Day is built around the concept of collecting eggs to complete recipes, many Animal Crossing: New Horizons felt the event put too much emphasis on eggs. As players tried to catch new fish that appeared for April, they found that more often than not an egg would take its place. On top of that, eggs can spawn on money trees in place of “money bags,” which can grant the all-important bells.
Since it’s Easter season, Animal Crossing: New Horizons has started celebrating the season by releasing its ongoing event called Bunny Day where players are required to collect eggs that can be crafted into items. However, some eggs have been dropped every day, and complaints started to rise. In addition, our site 5mmo.com has a large quantity of safe ACNH Items For Sale.
Following the rants online, Nintendo managed to listen to all of them and decided to release a new patch where they have opted to nerf the drop rate of the eggs midway through the Bunny Day event. Nintendo posted its release patch notes online, and after translation, it’s pretty much clear that the appearance rate has now been dropped.
For those that haven’t jumped in quite yet to face the eggscapades, the biggest complaint is that when players would go to mine rocks or fish in the nearby water only to capture eggs for this event instead. This, for obvious reasons, upset the very economic balance of the game, thus frustrated the community to no end. That being said, some have enjoyed getting so many eggs since they can be used to craft nifty limited-time-only craftables like egg beds, vanities, and so much more.