The month of July in Animal Crossing: New Horizons in 2022 is pretty uninteresting. In order to add new features and organize events, Nintendo has released a summer update for the game every year for the past two. Unfortunately, it appears that there won’t be any updates this time. Fans can still participate in a few events and buy seasonal Nook Shopping products, though. Everything that will happen in July 2022 in Animal Crossing: New Horizons is listed here.
Summer shell season
Players of Animal Crossing: New Horizons may recall the shoreline in June being lined with vivid blue shells. Summer Shells are these lovely objects that are used in seasonal home-made meals. Throughout July, Summer Shells will keep popping up, giving users additional time to create summer-themed items. Summer Shells are used in nine different recipes, some of which include tropical and underwater-themed walls and flooring. There is also a bag, a wand, and a wreath in the form of a shell.
Fishing Tourney and Bug-Off
The Fishing Tournament and Bug-Off in July 2022 are events that those who wish to earn more Animal Crossing Bells for bugs and fish should be aware of. CJ will always hold a fishing tournament on the second Saturday in July, which falls on July 9 in 2022 in both hemispheres. The following day, between the hours of 9 a.m. and 6 p.m., CJ would pitch his tent at Resident Services. He will extend an invitation to participants in the contest, which entails capturing the most fish in three minutes.
Players can trade their points for gifts with a fishing theme after each round. CJ, which provides more Bells for fish than Nook’s Cranny, is another option for them to sell their findings. Fans should be aware of two expensive species that made a comeback in July: the Napoleonfish (15,000 bells in the ocean) and the Blue Marlin (pier, 15,000 bells).
Seasonal events bring new Nook Shopping items
Players of Animal Crossing: New Horizons might anticipate a few one-time-only Nook Shopping products to commemorate actual events in July 2022. The first item is Bamboo Grass, which is available through July 7 in observance of Tanabata, a Japanese holiday. Players can then commemorate Marine Day by purchasing a Ship-Wheel from July 8 to July 22.
Players have ten days starting on July 10 to purchase a Phrygian Cap in commemoration of Le 14 Juillet, also known as Bastille Day, which commemorates a moment in the French Revolution. The Cowboy Festival will finally bring a springy ride-on in the style of a rodeo to Nook Shopping starting on July 15.
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