Wetsuits Animal Crossing New Horizons

Animal Crossing New Horizons wetsuits are a new type of clothes that you can buy in the game. You need to use the swimsuits in New Horizons in order to swim in the ocean and collect all the new, neat stuff. As is often the case with new items, the fanbase is wondering how to buy wetsuits in New Horizons. With all that said, here’s our Wetsuits Animal Crossing New Horizons to show you how to purchase and use them.

Wetsuits Animal Crossing New Horizons
Wetsuits Animal Crossing New Horizons

How to Buy Wetsuit in Animal Crossing New Horizons

There are three ways that you can buy wetsuits in Animal Crossing New Horizons: Nook’s Cranny, Nook’s Shopping, and with Nook Miles. In Nook’s Cranny, you can purchase a wetsuit for 3,000 Bells. You’ll find them in the cabinet, and you’ll even get some instructions from Timmy and Tommy on how to use the Animal Crossing swimsuits. In the Nook Shopping’s Special Goods section, you can find leaf-print suits of different colors, also for 3,000 Bells. Lastly, if you want a Nook Inc. Wet Suit, you can do so for 800 Nook Miles. As is the case with all items obtained in such a manner, you’ll have to wait a day for it to arrive in your mail.

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How to Use Animal Crossing Wetsuits

To use wetsuits in Animal Crossing New Horizons, simply put one on over the clothes you’re already using, and hop into the water. Basically, they work the same way as costumes do, so you have to equip and unequip them in the same manner, especially if you want to change the clothes you’ve got underneath. Incidentally, the suits are gonna be in the Fashion Items category of your house storage, all the way at the bottom.

So, that’s about all there is to it when it comes to Animal Crossing wetsuits. If you need more help with the new summer content, check out some of our other guides on the subject. Among others, we’ve written about Pirate Gulliver Items, Sea Creatures, and Mermaid Furniture.

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