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How To Place Paths In Animal Crossing New Horizons

How To Place Paths In Animal Crossing New Horizons
Want to make some paths to make your town feel connected? This guide explains How To Place Paths In Animal Crossing New Horizons as although it’s a feature practically every budding island explorer would love to have, it’s not actually available until very late in the game.

Animal Crossing New Horizons is a bit strange in its progression. Early on you’re forced to cram buildings and other story-based progression constructions into a very small space, but can’t move them until much later. Even later than that, you can finally start to physically edit the island by changing water, cliffs and adding pathways. By that point you’ve probably got a ton of stuff that needs moving, which is all very expensive.

How To Place Paths In Animal Crossing New Horizons

[line style=’solid’ top=’10’ bottom=’10’ width=’100%’ height=’1′ color=’blue’] To unlock the ability to place paths you need to complete the main story. After the credits have rolled Tom Nook will give you a brand new app on your phone that lets you place paths. You can unlock other options via Nook Miles but that’s what you start with. You then simply activate the app, choose the path option, and then begin to place your paths.

I don’t want to go too deep into spoiler territory but after Project K, where you help Tom Nook attract a certain someone to the island before an event, that’s when the story ends and you can unlock the pathing options.

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