Animal Crossing: New Horizons It is full of content for all times of the year, and that’s why here we come to share with you the ones you can get in a few months (if you live in the northern hemisphere) when autumn arrives and the game is tinged with the colors of that season.
Specifically, to obtain these recipes we will need pineapples and acorns which we can get from September to November
In the case of living in the northern hemisphere and from March to May in case of living in the southern hemisphere. Isabelle will also mention when Fall officially starts, and when the season will be coming to an end.
How to get acorns in Animal Crossing New Horizons
In order to get acorns in Animal Crossing: New Horizons you’ll need to shake Hardwood (non-fruit bearing) Trees. The probability of this Material falling is slow, so try to be patient and shake the tree as much as you can until the Material falls.
What do you do with acorns in Animal Crossing: New Horizons?
Keep in mind, acorns will only drop from deciduous (broadleaf) trees! If you shake a coniferous (pine) tree, you’ll get a Pinecone instead, so be careful! Acorns can be used in the DIY recipe for the Tree’s Bounty Little Tree recipe and sell for 300 Bells each.