The Animal Crossing Turkey Day event is now in full swing and comes with its own special content.
Nintendo Switch fans may not have had to download a big new update, but there’s certainly a ton of stuff worth checking out this week.
Turkey Day is just the latest seasonal event to hit the popular Switch title, with other festive treats being lined up.
On Turkey Day, which will take place this year on November 26, the first-class chef Franklin will arrive and host a gathering in the plaza.
You can help Franklin collect ingredients to go in the dishes that will be on display in the plaza, and you can even receive a gift from Franklin as a thank you for helping him cook.
So to get involved in all the Turkey Day adventures available, you need to head down to the plaza, situated outside of the Residential Services.
Franklin isn’t particularly prepared for Turkey Day, otherwise, you wouldn’t be tasked with finding all the ingredients for the main dishes, clam chowder, pumpkin pie, gratin and fish meunière.
And after you have helped complete these tasks, you’ll also get the chance to add your own Animal Crossing Turkey Day secret ingredients.
This will mean talking to Franklin AFTER the correct dish has been cooked and you have the secret ingredient in your inventory.
This will upgrade the dish and by improving all four being served, you can claim a special reward.
The Villagers can help hunt down what you need if you’re having trouble doing it yourself, and these will be the ones who have stayed home.
This will mean trading items, which shouldn’t be too difficult if you can’t find the normal ingredients by yourself.
TURKEY DAY SECRET INGREDIENTS
CLAM CHOWDER: Secret ingredient to upgrade the clam chowder is Scallop, which can be found while diving for sea creatures.
Rewards can include any number of Turkey Day items, or the Cozy Turkey Day DIY recipe set.
PUMPKIN PIE: The two secret ingredients for the Pumpkin Pie are the Pumpkin colours not asked for by Franklin. It will depend on which ones are asked for, meaning it could be orange, green, white or yellow.
GRATIN: The secret ingredient needed by Franklin is the Dungeness Crab, which can be found while diving around your island. If you can’t find one, you can try and trade for one from a Villager.
MEUNIÈRE: The secret ingredient needed by Franklin is the Barred Knifejaw, which can be caught by fishing off your island, or by trading.
More news regarding the upcoming events for Animal Crossing: New Horizons can be found below:
Toy Day – It’s the time of the year when island residents rejoice … The month of Toy Day is nearly at hand! You might notice your island and plaza gradually becoming more festive with holiday-themed decorations over the coming weeks. Keep an eye out for decorated trees, too. Shaking these may drop ornaments which will allow you to craft holiday furniture recipes. From Dec. 1 to Dec. 25, you’ll be able to purchase toys from Nook’s Cranny and find holiday-themed clothing at the Able Sisters shop. When it’s officially Toy Day on Dec. 24, Jingle will pay a special visit to your island to spread holiday cheer. If you help him deliver presents, you’ll also receive a gift!
Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp Collaboration – To commemorate Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp’s third anniversary, a Pocket Camp smartphone model will become available in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. To receive this smartphone model, you’ll need to link both the Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp app and Animal Crossing: New Horizons to your Nintendo account.
Seasonal Items to Celebrate New Year’s Eve – New seasonal items will be available starting Dec. 1 at Nook Stop. Between Dec. 26 and Dec. 31, there will also be several festive items to commemorate New Year’s Eve. In addition to the update content, you can look forward to a countdown event starting at 7 p.m. on Dec. 31. With Animal Crossing: New Horizons, you can meet in-game to ring in the new year with friends, family and your island residents!
Published at Thu, 26 Nov 2020 19:54:00 +0000