An Animal Crossing player came up with a clever way to decorate their island at night.
An Animal Crossing: New Horizons The actor came up with an interesting way to decorate his island after noticing that Flick's firefly models glow like real bugs at night. As players prepare to enter fall on their island, the displays on display are a great nod to the summer season and showcase the breadth of creativity within the Animal Crossing community.
In Animal Crossing: New Horizons, players are free to decorate their island as they wish, and each season brings events that provide new items and furniture themed specifically for that season. Seasons also provide players with new fish and insects to decorate their island with, but this is less common than other decoration methods. However, these are mostly recycled content from the previous year's seasonal event and don't provide much that is new. While Animal Crossing: New Horizons is rumored to be updated soon, the game's lack of recent updates is undeniable, so players had to get creative with the tools and content at their disposal.
on Reddit mia_blondehaus In a post by Flick, a player learned that firefly models provided by Flick glow during the night, which can be earned by catching the beetle of the same name (which can only be collected in summer). The result is an awe-inspiring display of creativity that serves as a beautiful contrast to the night sky backdrop. The footage is highlighted by a meteor shower, a rare event that happens randomly in the game.
Players next big Animal Crossing: New Horizons While we wait for its update, the community continues to show that with a little creativity, content is never lacking in a game.