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Animal Crossing: New Horizons Players Have Actually Determined Another Product Duplication Problem

Up until Nintendo repairs it, anyway

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  • by Ryan Craddock

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Not long after Animal Crossing: New Horizons introduced back in March, players determined a method to duplicate products in-game. As you can envision, the procedure breaks the nature of the game’s sluggish and steady progression design – and conserves the player a reasonable couple of Bells at the same time – so Nintendo quickly worked to patch it out with an update.

Now, however, players have actually found another workaround which can be used to replicate any 2 × 1 products that can be positioned on top of tables. To pull it off, you’ll require to have a 2×2 table in the middle of a room, and then have a 2×1 table next to it with your chosen item on top.

Here’s an explanation from the folks at Siliconera:

If you place the products, press down to switch to the view where you see an overhead view of the space, then hold the left shoulder button while dropping the 2 × 1 table with item on it around the center 2 × 2 table, the 2 × 1 table will immediately turn. Exiting the positioning mode, leaving the space, and returning will lead to the 2 × 1 product on top of the table still remaining in all those spaces.

You can see it in action in the two videos listed below.

We imagine it will not take wish for Nintendo to patch this problem out, too, so if you don’t mind a little bit of unfaithful to package out your entire house, you’ll most likely want to get on this quickly.

[source siliconera.com]

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