How To Get Gyroids In Animal Crossing New Horizons

Gyroids appeared suddenly in the Animal Crossing New Horizons on the 4th of November, and people have been enamored with them ever since. How to get ACNH Gyroids? Today we're going to tell you everything that you need to know about getting Gyroids in Animal Crossing New Horizons. 


Animal Crossing New Horizons Gyroids

What's the actual point of Gyroids? What can you do with them well? They're just decorative and adorable ACNH items. The best thing to do is to stick them near a speaker, and they'll bop along to any kkk tune you throw at them, inside or outside. They're just another one of the thousands of items you can use to make your island and your home 100% yours.


How To Get Gyroids In Animal Crossing New Horizons

Contrary to what you might have heard, there are actually two ways to get your hands on Animal Crossing New Horizons Gyroids. 


Method No.1

So let's start with the more reliable method, first, you'll need to head to your pier and talk to Kapp'n. He'll offer to take you to a mysterious island for 1 000 nook miles, which you should absolutely do. Because that's how you get Gyroids. Make sure you have a shovel on you as well, you'll need it. He can sell you one, but just make sure you've got a shovel. 


Once you've taken your leisurely boat ride and arrived. You require looking out for those star-shaped holes in the ground that you'd usually see on your island, indicating that something is buried there. Because something is, once you find one dig dig dig it up, and you'll have yourself a Gyroid fragment. This isn't a Gyroid yet, it's just a bit of a one.


Then look around the mystery island for other Gyroid fragments. Once you're done, head back to the main island via cap in and his shanties. As soon as you're back, you'll need to bury that fragment in the soil once again. We recommend placing it in an obvious and easy-to-reach place, such as just outside your house. But you're not done yet, you'll need to whip out a watering can and water that hole as best you can.


For some reason, you'll know if you've done it right. Because little puffs of steam will start to emanate forth like the world's least effective steam train. Now you require to simply wait until the next day to dig it up and there's a Gyroid. Unfortunately, you can only get one boat tour from him a day. You can cry if you


Method No.2

The other method of getting Gyroids is sort of passive and will likely be familiar to players of previous games in the series. If you experience a sheet of rain one day, you should absolutely go digging up any star-shaped holes the following day. As Gyroids may just be buried on your very island in previous games. This has also been true of snowy days, and it's probably safe to assume that also applies in Animal Crossing New Horizons, but we haven't been able to confirm that. Snow doesn't fall in November. 



 



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