Animal Crossing: New Horizons: Fish and bugs coming in December
The new month means new creatures in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. December is coming, and new fish, bugs and other marine life will also appear on the island.
Players can celebrate festivals and experience the seasons in the game as in real life. Animal Crossing: New Horizons players will look forward to more than just holiday events and gifts. December will also bring some new bugs, deep-sea creatures and fish to the player's island.
The northern hemisphere is already in winter in December. Compared to the southern hemisphere, only five fish have been updated in the northern hemisphere. Except for Stringfish, any other fish can be caught at any time of the day or night, and they are concentrated in rivers and oceans. So if you want to catch Stringfish, you must grasp the time, because it is really worth it. The new fish are:
In the southern hemisphere, sharks will enter the ocean for the first time. These creatures are easily found by fins in the water. The new fish are:
Small animals donated to Blathers to complete the museum collection, or sold to Timmy and Tommy of Nook's Cranny for additional bells. These bells can be used as gifts for friends and residents during the Turkey Day celebration. This is every new fish that entered Animal Crossing: New Horizons in December.
Many of these fish are active at night, so players in the southern hemisphere should plan some late-night fishing trips to catch them all. It is a good idea for sharks to make and use as much bait as possible to increase spawning, thereby increasing the chance of players getting involved in rare fish.
These new creatures will appear in December. If you want to earn more Animal Crossing Gold, you can pay attention to the time they appear to catch more valuable creatures. The ACBellsBuy site will continue to update more information and guides about Animal Crossing. If you find it helpful, you can bookmark acbellsbuy.com