Nintendo’s recent release of Animal Crossing: New Horizons provides players of all ages release from the stresses of modern life. The primary objective of Animal Crossing is to slowly build and develop an island of your personal preference. Developing new and nicer houses, a variety of shops, bridges, inviting guests to visit your island, and simply making life on a player’s island the most enjoyable it can be. By selling anything from fruits, bugs, fish, materials, furniture, and anything that can be sold, players can build and develop new and interesting structures. Animal Crossing, is the perfect experience for players looking to kick back, relax, and simply have a good time upgrading their island lifestyle.
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One of the most fun experiences within Animal Crossing: New Horizons is finding and capturing new bugs. Everything from Tarantulas to Giant Water Bugs, bug catching provides players a variety of new critters to collect and add to their museum or sell to their local shops. However, an interesting mechanic within New Horizons is the change of bugs due to the change of season, as the weather changes so do the selection of bugs that can be caught. This guide will provide the new bugs being added during the May season change.
All the New Bugs Added to the Northern Hemisphere in Animal Crossing: New Horizons
With the season change occurring in May, comes a variety of new bugs being added to the Hemispheres. Here are all the new bugs being added to the Northern Hemisphere with the May update.
- Scorpion- an aggressive creature worth 8,000 bells be careful when catching this bug!
- Banded Dragonfly- a new dragonfly worth 4,500 bells a must-have for any player’s collection.
- Queen Alexandra’s Birdwing- a royal butterfly worth 4,00 bells.
- Rosalia Batesi Beetle- a 3,000 bells beetle.
- Great Purple Emperor- a 3,000 bell butterfly.
- Diving Beetle- 800 bell beetle.
- Violin Beetle- musically inclined beetle worth 450 bells.
- Pondskater- an aquatic bug worth 130 bells.
All the New Bugs in the Southern Hemisphere in Animal Crossing: New Horizons
The season change in May brings a few new bugs to the Southern Hemisphere. Here are all the new bugs coming with the May update.
- Tarantula- new to the Southern Hemisphere, the Tarantula’s notoriety is infamous in the community. Worth 8,oo0 bells apiece.
- Damselfly- a new dragonfly worth 500 bells.
- Mole Cricket- a new bug worth 500 bells.
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Animal Crossing: New Horizons is available on the Nintendo Switch.
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