An Animal Crossing: New Horizons player has discovered a surprising problem that comes with displaying large fossils in their home.
twitter user @mikeyturvey shared a video of a large fossil displayed inside a house and seen in first-person camera mode that the dinosaur’s head actually breaks into the second floor. Unfortunately, there’s been no follow-up since the original tweet, so there’s no confirmation yet on whether the dinosaur’s head turned out to be on the second floor.
So this is what happens when you have a big dinosaur in your house #AnimalCrossing #ACNH #NintendoSwitch pic.twitter.com/ABLbOBFobONovember 24, 2021
Since First Person Camera Mode is a new feature that was added in Animal Crossing: New Horizons Update 2.0, we are not sure if this is a new discovery or if it has always been there and we are only seeing it now.
It’s the attention to detail that has enchanted Animal Crossing: New Horizons players, who have been searching for such small details since the game’s release in March 2020. Some of our favorite discoveries include: The New Horizons player who found that You can actually craft side by side with your villagers, another who found a clear Lord of the Rings reference hidden in the game, and that you can actually Control football fish from outside your tank,
Other in Animal Crossing: New Horizons News, Annual Turkey Day It’s set to return tomorrow, November 25, and will feature everyone’s favorite festive turkey, Franklin, hosting a Thanksgiving-inspired feast on the plaza. It will be interesting to see what new Animal Crossing: New Horizons Cooking Recipe Will play this in-game seasonal holiday.
To know more little details hidden in the latest update, visit our . take a look at Animal Crossing: New Horizons 2.0 Update Secrets,