Issues like animals not moving after being invited have been fixed.
Animal Crossing: New Horizons has a new update available following the launch of its first seasonal event, Bunny Day. Update 1.1.2 fixes some rather annoying issues that players have run into, like animals not moving after being invited to and the vacant land remaining closed. Or the bug that caused players to not be told to have construction land ready for new villagers.
You can check out a translation of the patch notes below. As for Bunny Day, it sees players meeting a new character named Skipper as they go around collecting eggs, crafting new limited time items and much more. You can craft items like egg costumes, an egg bad and so on. Of course, you’ll probably catch more eggs than fish which can be a bummer.
Bunny Day ends on April 12th. There will be another update this month which adds another event, Earth Day, which will bring its own items to craft. Stay tuned for more details and in the meantime, check out our review of Animal Crossing: New Horizons here.
Animal Crossing: New Horizons 1.1.2 Update Notes
Under certain conditions, animals that had been invited to move from another island did not move and the vacant land to be relocated remained closed.
Fixed a bug that caused the raccoon to stop asking the Islanders under certain conditions to secure construction land for new migrants.
Fixed a bug where deleting a user under certain conditions would make it impossible to apply for relocation of homes and facilities.
Fixed an issue where purchasing items from Lodley on an outlying island on a tour going out on “Mile Ricoken” would reduce the money you own along with the miles.
Several other bugs have been fixed.