While there are very few new deep sea creatures arriving in early October, there are still plenty of players to catch. In order to catch one of the 40 creatures available, players must purchase and equip wetsuit and dive to the bottom of the ocean to get it. For this, they can make a lot of Animal Crossing: New Horizons Bells or continue to expand their museum collection. In October, players will be able to catch three new sea creatures in the Northern Hemisphere and two in the Southern Hemisphere. Here are all five of the new sea creatures coming to Animal Crossing: New Horizons on October 1.
Any deep-sea creatures that appear in the Northern Hemisphere in October in Animal Crossing: New Horizons
Players in the Northern Hemisphere can expect three new deep-sea creatures starting in October. Two of them are night dives meaning players looking to catch new arrivals to the museum will need to schedule a few night dives. When players pick up duplicate creatures, they can sell them at Nook's Cranny.
Northern Hemisphere players will begin seeing seaweed on the ocean floor in New Horizons starting in October. The seaweed doesn't move like other sea creatures, so players don't have to worry about them flying away. Players can fish for seaweed all day and night from October to July. Seaweed sells for 600 bells apiece.
Spiny Lobsters are large, fast-paced sea creatures available in the Northern Hemisphere from October through December. They are active from 21:00. Until 4:00, players should approach slowly so as not to chase him and not lose him. Spiny Lobsters are valuable in the game and can be sold for 5,000 bells each.
Venus' flower basket
The Venus Flower Basket is a medium-sized marine animal available in the Northern Hemisphere from October through February. They make long, quick throws and players can easily lose them if not approached carefully. The Venus flower basket is available from 21:00. until 4 am they sell for 5,500 bells.
Any deep-sea creatures that appear in the Southern Hemisphere in October in Animal Crossing: New Horizons
Few of the deep-sea creatures arrive in the southern hemisphere, but many more will emerge in the coming months when summer arrives. In the meantime, starting on October 1, players will be able to pick up two medium-valuable creatures at any time of the day or night.
Lobsters are large sea creatures that are only slightly less valuable than spiny ones because they are not so rare. Lobsters move fast, so players will want to slowly approach large shadows as if they are approaching a skittish bug. Players can catch lobsters all day from October to December and again from June to July. They sell for 4,500 bells.
Sea pineapples are tiny creatures that cast tiny shadows on the water. They move, but not very fast. Nevertheless, players will want to approach them slowly so as not to lose them. They are available all day in the southern hemisphere from October to February. Each sells for 1,500 bells.