Animal Crossing New Horizons 1.1.3 update fixes Balloon glitch
Nintendo released the patch 1.1.2 for the Animal Crossing New Horizons on April 2, 2020. It brought many bug fixes & enhancements to the game which you can check by heading here. Speaking of ACNH, it was one of the most awaited Nintendo Switch games for this year.
Animal Crossing New Horizons was released on March 20. It is a life simulation video game developed and published by Nintendo. But, the game is only available on the Nintendo Switch platform & can be enjoyed in both single-player & multiplayer mode.
In the game, you take the role of a customizable character, who takes a vacation package from Tom Nook & moves to a deserted island. The player journey continues as he explores the island and develops it into a community of anthropomorphic animals.
Cut to now, balloon glitch was troubling many players from the past few days & they took the route of forums to express their concerns. Well, it seems like their requests have been heard, as Nintendo has rolled a new update for the game which fixes the balloon glitch.
Nintendo has also shared official patch notes on the Japanese Nintendo website. The new update is coming along with version 1.1.3. This update has only addressed the balloon glitch & none else. You can check the official patch notes down below.
- Fixed a bug where balloons would not fly under certain conditions.
Nintendo surely seems pretty determined to provide the best gaming experience for ACNH fans as they listened to the community pretty quickly & resolved the issue. Apart from this, some players are finding it difficult to craft Slingshot in the game.
Well, if you are facing an issue in getting the slingshot, you can head here. Slingshot can be used by players to shoot down floating presents. For a quick refresher, the game has sold 1.88 million copies within just three days of its release. The game’s popularity is increasing day by day as more players are joining the island.
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