Lost Items In Animal Crossing New Horizons

Animal Crossing New Horizons Lost Items are items that you can find randomly while exploring the island. The Lost Items in ACNH are like books or notepads, and when you find them, you have to return them to their proper owners. They will then give you a present as a reward, usually with useful items inside. Unfortunately, all this is easier said than done. So, we’re going to show you what you need to do in our Lost Items In Animal Crossing New Horizons guide.

Lost Items In Animal Crossing New Horizons
Lost Items In Animal Crossing New Horizons

What to Do with Animal Crossing New Horizons Lost Items?

What you’re supposed to do when you come across Lost Items in Animal Crossing New Horizons is return it to the person that misplaced it. Unfortunately, the item itself is not going to give you any useful info on whose it is. Inspecting the item just tells you what you already know – somebody lost it. So, you’re gonna have to go from person to person until you find the correct one. Talk with each inhabitant and ask them if they dropped the item. Eventually, you’ll find who the Lost Item belongs to.

Once you do locate the villager that lost the item, and return the book to them, you’ll get a gift as a reward. These can range from furniture, resources, clothes etc. The only real thing that presents a problem is that you have to search every person to find the one you’re looking for. The only real help that we can give you is that, if the Lost Item is near a house, the villager living in that house is probably the one that lost it. Other than that, you’re on your own. At least you’ll only find Lost Items about once or twice a week.

That’s really all you need to know about Animal Crossing New Horizons Lost Items. In case you’re stuck with something else in the game, we have a whole bunch of other New Horizons guides for you. We’ve written How to Move & Rotate Furniture, How to Remove Villagers, How to Get Star Fragments & Magic Wand, and many more.

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