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Animal Crossing New Horizons: Can You Swim? Answered

This post was originally authored by Greysun Morales

Animal Crossing New Horizons has so much to offer players in the way of letting you literally create your dream utopia. When you first start up the game and begin to explore the island, you’ll notice that there are rivers and lakes scattered about the island as well as a big ol’ ocean surrounding the land itself. If you’re wondering whether you can swim in Animal Crossing New Horizons. Here’s what you need to know.

Can You Swim in Animal Crossing New Horizons?

In past Animal Crossing games, specifically New Leaf, you were able to go to a special island to dive into the water to collect items. And, in New Horizons, the dive feature has returned, even though it wasn’t available at launch.

As for how to swim, head on over to Nook’s Cranny and buy the wetsuit for 3,000 bells. Once you have it, you’ll be able to swim around in the waters around the islands.

Animal Crossing New Horizons Swim

You can also cross rivers by using a vaulting pole that can be crafted and you can walk along the shoreline to pick up seashells and other items, but you can’t actually jump into the water and splash about until you have the wetsuit.

Nintendo is known to add new content to existing games in the form of DLC or free updates, and this is one of those cases. Nintendo added the ability to swim in the water later down the line. So you no longer have to deal with staying inland while doing those menial chores we love doing so much.

And hopefully, that answers your question about whether you can swim in Animal Crossing New Horizons. If you’re looking for even more tips and tricks, like how to get hardwood or an Ocarina, then make sure to consult our extensive Guide Wiki for Animal Crossing New Horizons right here or just search Twinfinite.

If you keep scrolling down below, you can also find more Animal Crossing content that’ll surely be of use.

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