Video games have been a part of many people’s lives for decades. One of the most beloved series in the gaming world is Animal Crossing, which gives players the chance to create their own unique paradise in a world full of adorable animals. In 2020, Nintendo released the latest installment in the franchise – Animal Crossing: New Horizons – and players around the world have been enjoying it ever since. One of New Horizons’ most notable features are its bugs, which can be collected throughout the game by catching them with nets, fishing rods, or traps.
Animal Crossing: New Horizons has more than 80 different types of bugs, each with its own market price and location. Examples of some of these insects include butterflies like tiger butterflies and monarch butterflies; beetles like horned dynastids and scarab beetles; and cicadas like Rossall’s cicada and brown cicada. These bugs can be found in various locations around your island such as on trees, beaches or in the sea. It’s also possible to buy special bug-catching tools like fishing rods or butterfly nets at Nook’s Cranny to help you catch them.
If you’re looking for more tips on how to catch bugs in Animal Crossing: New Horizons then there are plenty available online. Players should make sure they equip their net before they approach a bug as this will give them a better chance at catching it before it flies away. The best time to go bug hunting varies depending on what type of bug you’re trying to catch but generally speaking, most insects will appear during the daytime hours between 8am and 7pm.
Times & Locations
Knowing when certain bugs start appearing is important if you’re looking to collect