When worn, the Wet Suit lets the player swim and dive. You aren’t given a suit automatically though. Here’s everything you need to know about how to get the Wet Suit in Animal Crossing New Horizons.
How to Get Wet Suit in Animal Crossing New Horizons
The Wet Suit is a new item in New Horizons that must be bought from the Nooklings at their store Nook’s Cranny once the game has been updated to version 1.3.0. It won’t be one of the items out on display; you can find it by going into the cabinet where the tools and seeds are for sale.
Each day, there will be a different pattern suit for sale. Each one costs 3,000 Bells. All of them have the same function; they just come in different colors and designs.
Alternatively, there is a special black and green Nook Inc. Wet Suit that can be purchased for 800 Nook Miles at the Nook Stop in Resident Services. Again, this has the same function as the others, but it has a unique look to it.
No matter how you purchased your suit, you must wear it before you can begin swimming. Select it in your inventory and choose to wear it. In case you were wondering, the suit cannot be assigned to a wand outfit.
Once you are wearing your new suit, you are ready to swim in the ocean. If you are wondering why you might want this item to be able to swim in the ocean, it is so that you can collect a variety of brand new sea creatures to donate to the museum.
There is also the chance of finding scallops, which allow you to meet a character named Pascal who gives you new DIY recipes. As you can see, swimming and diving are important for anyone trying to collect new items.
That’s everything you need to know about how to get a Wet Suit in Animal Crossing New Horizons. For more Animal Crossing New Horizons tips and tricks, visit our expansive guide wiki.
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