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Animal Crossing New Horizons: How to Get Pearls

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2020-07-06 10:07:27


Guide to learn how to get pearls in Animal Crossing New Horizons

Now that the Animal Crossing New Horizons summer update is right here titled "Wave -1" this brought you will get a ton of new items and activities to do during this just beginning summer season.

One of those activities is pearl collecting which you can use to create new DIY creations, but it requires several of those beautiful marine jewelry, so we will teach you how to get precious pearls.

How to get pearls in Animal Crossing New Horizons?


To get these pearls, we have to make the main attraction of this update which is about diving.

This is done simply by swimming in the sea and diving where bubbles appear, and occasionally a character will return to the surface with a Pearl.

You probably noticed that pearls at the bottom of the ocean are quite rare, and it will certainly take fans a long time to locate enough to create the full Mermaid set. That said, players can use another font to complement the Pearls they find while diving, and that font is none other than Pascal himself.

Make Pascal show up once a day by locating scallops, and on each visit after the first, you have a chance to reward them with one of two things: a Pearl or a DIY recipe.

Those who wish to get what they want to get Pearls at New Horizons should simply continue diving for sea creatures and receive daily visits from Pascal.

While this won't provide players with a ton of Pearls right away, patient fans will eventually get enough to create whatever they want while simultaneously receiving all the new creatures for the ACNH museum.

 With this said about How to get pearls in Animal Crossing New Horizons you can dedicate time to diving (unless you call Pascarl) to obtain the precious pearls that will help you create multiple things. Good luck!





Tags:
AC New Horizons
Platform(s):
Nintendo Switch
Genre(s):
Social simulation real-life simulation
Developer(s):
Nintendo EPD
Publisher(s):
Nintendo
Release date:
March 20, 2020
Mode:
Single-player, multiplayer
age rating:
3+




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