tonghuan: I have 80,000 Animal Crossing Nook Miles and nothing to spend them on
I have 80,000 Animal Crossing Nook Miles and nothing to spend them on
When I started "Animal Crossing New Horizons," every Animal Crossing Bells I earned was gratifying, and it was difficult for them to accumulate. There will always be new things to unlock or buy, and there is another thing worth looking forward to. Now that we are about to reach the two-month mark of the game's release, these same views are starting to be useless.
This is weird because the Nook Miles plan is an excellent addition to New Horizons. I like that the game brings me mini-challenges. These challenges make it impossible for me to try without prompting. Sometimes I ca n’t stop the game because I ’m close to completing a mini-task and just pop up another task that I can easily clear.
I particularly like the update of Animals Crossing Earth Day. This update introduces new challenges and new content. They are also unusual challenges. I have a lot of points to put a flower on my hair, not just create a random DIY recipe. But these challenges lasted for more than a week, after which I stayed with the usual suspects again. Cut down trees. Catch five fish. Take a picture. I will do it, but it is strange to return to the same age after experiencing some cool challenges.
But the bigger problem is that although the plan can appeal to you, the rewards can't meet my needs. It ’s been several weeks since I purchased all DIY recipes and upgraded from the Nook Miles store. To make things interesting, I even bought something I didn't need. I buy a ticket for Mystic Island every day to see what I can get, but more of it is basically something I have. I often get copies of DIY recipes or bad furniture that I am not interested in. I am happy to spend all the Nook Miles on villager hunting, but because the island is full, there is no easy way to move the characters out, I do n’t know if there will be other ways.
For some players, the lack of purchase options is not a problem. In the wider economy, fans often charge each other for Nook Miles tickets to enter their own island, and buy bells and DIY recipes at www.iggm.com/animal-crossing-bells . However, personally, I found that island-hopping with strangers almost made the game seem trivial-if I could see meteor showers every night, nothing special.
Based on my conversations with other players, it seems that I am not the only one experiencing this problem. Although the game structure of "New Horizons" is checked every day, multiple "polygonal" staff members have thousands of Nook Mies points at no cost. My only hope is that future animal crossings will update the Nook Miles store so that we can not only buy new products, but also provide our high-end customers with more expensive options.