Fabiola Rodriguez
2020-07-07 10:47:36

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Guide to learn how to dive correctly in Animal Crossing New Horizons

  With the summer update now active, the popular Nintendo game has kept users quite entertained while playing in the sea, capturing marine species and treasures everywhere and all through diving, but there are many details that they are not able to express. so we will teach you what you need.
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How to correctly dive in Animal Crossing New Horizons?

The new diving mechanics in the game allow the user to explore the ocean to discover new sea creatures. To do this, you will first need to put on a wetsuit and this can be found at the Nook’s Cranny store, check the cabinet for a wetsuit. You can buy it for 3,000 Bells, and once you've equipped it, you can start exploring the water.

Once you're ready, head to the beach to start the adventure, once on the shore, press button A to jump and start diving press button B to dive underwater. Whenever you see bubbles on the surface, dive in and move towards them to catch a sea creature. You don't have to press anything to catch them, just touch them.

You can do whatever you want with the creatures you catch, just like you do with the insects you can apply it with the marine animals you find, but so far, it doesn't seem like Flick or CJ can make them into models.

You can dive underwater for a few seconds before you are out of breath, and your character will automatically reappear once the time is up.

To get out of the water, simply return to the beach and your character will return to land. And ready! repeat all this as many times as you need.

 Now that you know how to dive correctly in Animal Crossing New Horizons you will be able to find new treasures or creatures that you can give different uses to your benefit, or simply for entertainment. Luck!

AC New Horizons
Nintendo Switch
Social simulation real-life simulation
Nintendo EPD
Release date:
March 20, 2020
Single-player, multiplayer
age rating (PEGI):

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