Previously today, Nintendo presented Version 1.2.0 of Animal Crossing: New Horizons. It added Leif, Redd, new seasonal events, and the ‘Bank of Nook’ even decreased the interest rate for all cost savings accounts. These weren’t the only considerable changes.
Twitter user and information miner Ninji has actually found some rather big changes to bug spawn rates. The code within this upgrade recommends the spawn rate of each bug has actually now been “unified” throughout every month. Here’s how Ninji discusses it:
spawn rates have been merged for all pests
agrias butterfly utilized to be less typical in April than in its other readily available months. wharf roach had a greater rate in March.
that’s all gone now
pea* butterflies have been cut by 80-90%; atlas and emperors moths by 50%
routine stinkbugs are up 100%, man-faced ones down 50%
tiger beetles up by 33%, scarab beetles down 40%
tarantulas and scorpions have both been nerfed substantially also
You can get a much better concept of what the information miner is speaking about in the comprehensive chartbelow As you can see, spawn rates for rather a variety of pests in particular months have been changed, and you’ll now see tarantulas and scorpions less than in the past.
Polygon notes how another “well-known” Nintendo information miner has also confirmed the nerfs to tarantula and scorpion spawn rates. If you discover less or more of particular bugs, it’s most likely to do with Animal Crossing’s most current upgrade.
How do you feel about spawn rates for pests being merged? Did you choose the method it was? Leave a comment down below.