Animal Crossing: New Horizons Bunny Day Event Is Live

The first seasonal event in Switch’s just-released Animal Crossing: New Horizons, Bunny Day, is now live. The game’s take on Easter involves acquiring eggs hidden all around your island, acquiring new recipes, and crafting new furniture and decorations. Bunny Day is available as part of a free update released just prior to launch; simply make sure your game is up-to-date and you’ll be able to dive in when you open the game.

Zipper T. Bunny has appeared on the island and will be sticking around through April 12, which marks Bunny Day itself. Speaking with him will reward you with a DIY recipe and get you the basic details of what’s going on during the event. You can acquire eggs in a variety of ways, including:

  • Leaf egg — trees
  • Stone eggs — rocks
  • Water eggs — fishing
  • Sky eggs — popping Bunny Day-colored balloons
  • Earth eggs — digging up fossil-style cracks
  • Wood eggs — hitting trees with an axe

Recipes you obtain–which include the Bunny Day fence, stool, bed, and glowy garland–are crafted using eggs you catch. Zipper teases that if you’re able to acquire every recipe and craft its corresponding item, he’ll have a special gift for you. More recipes will be hidden during the event, so it sounds as if you won’t be able to necessarily complete your collection on the first day.

With the Bunny Day event kicking off on April 1, all of this coincides with a changing of the in-game seasons, meaning you have new fish and bugs to catch (the specifics vary for the northern and southern hemispheres). Your non-fruit trees will have taken on a new look, and players in the northern hemisphere will be able to catch cherry-blossom petals floating through the air using a net. Those are, in turn, used to craft the outdoor picnic set recipe that Isabelle hands out for free to players when booting up the game.

We’ll report back with more details as we uncover them, but in the meantime, check out our hybrid flowers and turnips guides to better understand some of the many elements at work in New Horizons.

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