Animal Crossing New Horizons Switch

Nintendo has just issued Animal Crossing: New Horizons update 1.1.2, which fixes some bugs found within the game since launch. (UPDATE: Version 1.1.3 has also just been released, but it's less grand than this particular update, with only a single bug fix.)

The full patch notes are now available in English:

Ver. 1.1.2 (Released April 2, 2020)

  • General updates
    • Fixed an issue where an animal you’ve invited to move from another island doesn’t actually move, leaving the plot of land allocated for them to move to sold and unoccupied.
      • How this issue will be resolved in affected save data:
        After the software is updated to Ver. 1.1.2, the sold plot of land will revert to being available, and a new animal will become able to move there again.
      • Note: Unfortunately, the animal that was originally invited to move to your island when the issue occurred will not return to their original island, nor will their plan to move to your island be carried out.
    • Fixed an issue where a request from Tom Nook for the Resident Representative to find a plot of land for new residents disappears.
      • How this issue will be resolved in affected save data:
        After the software is updated to Ver. 1.1.2, if the island is developed to a certain point (Nook’s Cranny is either under construction or completed), the next time the Resident Representative plays the game, a special event will trigger during the island-wide broadcast and the story will move forward.
    • Fixed an issue where, after deleting a resident, it becomes impossible to move their house and/or other structures.
      • How this issue will be resolved in affected save data:
        After the software is updated to Ver. 1.1.2, it will once more become possible to request that these structures be moved.
    • Fixed an issue where both Nook Miles and Bells are subtracted when you use Nook Miles Tickets to go on a Mystery Tour and purchase an item from Wilbur.
    • Other adjustments were made to improve the game play experience.

Animal Crossing: New Horizons Version 1.1.1 launched last week and fixed a major problem with game balance.

Don't forget to also check out our exhaustive Animal Crossing: New Horizons guide while you wait for the patch notes to arrive.

[source nintendo.co.uk, via japanesenintendo.com]