Animal Crossing: New Horizons Update Lowers Bunny Day Egg Spawn Rate

Since the beginning of the current Bunny Day event in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, players have shown a great dislike to the immense number of eggs appearing around their islands. Thankfully, Nintendo has released a new update that will seemingly correct this annoying issue.

With the newest set of patch notes provided by Nintendo for version 1.1.4, it seems that the most notable change “adjusted the appearance rate of some Bunny Day eggs through 11.04.2020.” Furthermore, it appears that the egg rate will also spike again on April 12th, likely to celebrate the actual day of Easter. We currently have no confirmation as to which types of eggs will be effected by this change.

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This update comes as a result of the backlash from fans who have expressed their frustration of the enormously large amount of eggs appearing during the event. Of course, these eggs have become a nuisance to those attempting to harvest resources such as fish, wood, and iron from rocks to craft furniture and other items. As many have reported that the amount of eggs found through fishing and in balloon in particular were extremely high, we feel these will be among the eggs changed in the patch.

Bunny Day is set to run until April 12th , with mascot Zipper T Bunny returning that day as well. Players who manage to craft all the special Bunny Day DIY recipes will receive a special, currently unknown reward from Zipper.

Have you felt frustrated with all these Bunny Day eggs? Have you managed to craft all of the event DIY recipes? Let us know in the comments below! For more on of Animal Crossing: New Horizons, check out our list on what New Horizons doesn’t tell you. Otherwise, keep it on Culture of Gaming for all things gaming!

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Oscar Navarro

Oscar is a writer for Culture of Gaming. He is an aspiring video game journalist that follows anything and everything Nintendo. His favorite franchises consist of Pokemon and Kingdom Hearts.

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