Animal Crossing: New Horizons has been out for a week already, and early signs are good for Nintendo’s latest island-living sim.
Maybe it’s because we’re all stuck indoors and desperate to go outside, or maybe it’s because the game is excellent (which we awarded a huge five-star rating in our review), but the more people playing it the better it gets.
That’s because each player begins on their own island, and that means there are hundreds of thousands to visit.
Why visit other islands? Not only is it fun to check in on your friends, but some deserted islands offer bountiful resources that you can take back to your own island, as well as new species of bugs and fish that you can drop into Blathers’ museum.
How To Visit Other Islands In Animal Crossing: New Horizons
At a certain point, Tom Nook will gift you with a free Nook Miles Ticket, but you can also buy one using the ABD in the Resident Services building.
Once you have one, head to the Dodo Airport on your island and speak to Orville at the check-in desk. Hand over your voucher and you’ll be able to fly to a random island, after some preamble about how online works.
While you can amass as much as your pockets can carry here, you’ll also need to ensure you don’t miss anything – once you leave the island, you won’t be able to return.
You can also find holidayers on these random islands. Chat with them to give them the option to live with you on your island, growing your population.
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