Animal Crossing: New Horizons Version 1.2.1 Patches Duplication Glitches - Nintendo Life
|Nintendo Life 23 May 2020 at 05:29|
Yesterday, Nintendo rolled out Version 1.2.1 of Animal Crossing: New Horizons . According to the Japanese support page, it fixed a few bugs . Since then, the English patch notes have been uploaded:
General updates -Addressed issues to further ensure an enjoyable gaming experience.
So what "issues" have been addressed, exactly? As suspected, the recently discovered duplication glitches have been patched out. This includes both the table and mailbox glitches, and a number of YouTubers have now uploaded videos demonstrating how these glitches no longer work.
The Nintendo-focused YouTube channel Blaines provided a summary:
Exploits without hacks...have actually been patched. That includes the mailbox exploit...the table exploit...and anything else...I think no clipping out of bounds as well - all this stuff is patched, so the economy - at least for honest playing people - is back to normal.
If you don t want your experience to be impacted by these changes, it s as simple as not performing the most recent update. The downside is you ll no longer be able to play locally or online with others.
[source nintendoeverything.com ]
When hes not paying off a loan to Tom Nook, Liam likes to report on the latest Nintendo news and admire his library of video games. His favourite Nintendo character used to be a guitar-playing dog, but nowadays he prefers to hang out with Judd the cat.
Wasn t this already mentioned in a past article? Well, it was handled as "may" so I guess this was to confirm?
alright! now players who weren t harming anyone can have even less fun! and isn t that why we play games? to have less fun than doing something else?
I can t say that I didn t expect this to happen...
Have they publicly acknowledged the removal of the rarely encountered hybrid flower islands on Nook Miles mystery tours?
That s the removal of content that players have been aiming to visit. I wanted to visit that island but never got the chance.
Oh no thank you very much Ninty, how am I supposed to make money now?
I find it somewhat ironic that restricting people s ability to play a single player game they wish to play is classified as ensuring "an enjoyable gaming experience".