The just released summer update for Animal Crossing: New Horizons was not only a joy for the players. As can be seen from several reports, the extensive patch has brought with it a very annoying glitch, which causes frustration for many fans.
Towards the end of last week, Nintendo released the extensive summer update for the animal simulation Animal Crossing: New Horizons. In addition to numerous bug fixes and optimizations, this also introduced some long-awaited features. Among other things, it is now possible to swim or dive in lakes. In this way it is possible to collect marine creatures. But the patch didn't just make fans happy.
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Several players report in various forums about a rather annoying glitch, which has found its way into the game through the update. As a result, a large number of users are no longer able to use certain bridges in Animal Crossing: New Horizons (buy now for € 48.00) cross completely. These are primarily the Japanese bridges. The affected players can step onto the bridge, but they get stuck about half the way and cannot make any further progress. While some of them are able to turn the character over and go back to the starting point, others are stuck.
There are several guesses in the forums as to what could be the trigger for the latest glitch. Some fans suspect it could be related to the height of the bridges. The affected buildings are at the highest level in the game, which could possibly lead to problems with the internal calculations after the update. An official statement from Nintendo on this topic is pending. We will of course stay on the ball for you.
Source: Nintendo support forum
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