Island Life 101 Animal Crossing New Horizons

Animal Crossing New Horizons Island Life 101 is one of many new additions in Update 2.0, so naturally, people want to know what it’s all about. As in, players are curious as to what Island Life 101 actually is and what it does. Well, that’s exactly what we’ll be showing you in our Island Life 101 Animal Crossing New Horizons guide. We’ll explain how this new feature works and how to get it. We’ll leave the decision of whether you actually need it to you.

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Island Life 101 Animal Crossing New Horizons

How to Get Island Life 101 in ACNH

To get the ACNH Island Life 101 app in Animal Crossing New Horizons, go to the Nook Stop ATM in the Resident Services building. It’s the machine to the right of the desks where Tim Pool and Isabella are sitting behind. Interact with the Nook Stop and select the “Redeem Nook Miles” option. Then, scroll down through the list of items until you find “Island Life 101.” Buy it for 400 Nook Miles and the app will automatically appear on your phone. And there you go, that’s all there is to it. From there, you can check the app whenever you feel like.

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Now, with all of that out of the way, what is this app actually for? Well, it’s exactly what it says on the tin. Basically, it’s Isabelle and Nook giving you tips on how to play the game most efficiently. I’m not exactly sure how useful those tips will actually be, but I think it’s safe to say that you should get the Island Life 101 app in Animal Crossing New Horizons. For one thing, it’ll help refresh your memory about all the stuff that you can do. Plus, you might actually discover some stuff that you didn’t know about before.

And that about does it for this guide. If you need further help with anything else in the ACNH Update 2.0 update, feel free to check out some of our other guides. Among other articles, we’ve written stuff like How to Start Happy Home Paradise DLC, How to Get Tomatoes and Carrots, and Ordinance Choices – Beautiful Island, Bell Boom, Early Bird, Night Owl.

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