Animal Crossing: New Horizons will soon receive the December update and will add some changes. After the new content was released with Update 2.0, several players forgot about the upcoming events and changes. In addition, we will see many new creatures arriving on the players' islands and welcoming snowy days.
All the land and trees will be covered with snow, which will be a great occasion to celebrate Christmas in December. During winter, visitors can see snowflakes floating around their island. Players can find them from December to February in the Northern Hemisphere and from June to August in the Southern Hemisphere.
Collecting snowflakes in Animal Crossing: New Horizons
Snowflakes will float around your island throughout the winter season. It is very important to make other frozen DIY Animal Crossing items. Players in the Northern Hemisphere can claim them from December 11 to February 24; while users in the southern hemisphere can download them from June 11 to August 24.
Some of the frozen DIY enthusiasts require snowflakes of regular size, while others require large snowflakes. This means you have to collect different snowflakes than in Snowboy in New Horizons. With the help of the net you can catch ordinary snowflakes floating in the air. Additionally, you need to catch them with good accuracy, because if you can't catch them or enter them with a single or two try, they will disappear instantly.
However, don't worry if you miss a few as you will see tons of them floating around the island. If you are planning a snowflake hunt, make sure you always have an extra net with you. This is because too frequent use of a single mesh can break it; therefore a backup plan is always useful.
Interestingly, you can only collect large snowflakes from Snowboy. You need to first locate two snowballs and kick the snowball 13 times to make it bigger. Then throw the second snowball into the larger snowball. If you do it perfectly, you will earn great rewards.
You always need to build the perfect Snowboy perfect for earning big snowflakes. Every DIY recipe you get from Snowboy requires large snowflakes. Are you interested in making DIY frozen items?