Animal Crossing: New Horizons 2.0 update is removing items for some players PC 

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The latest update to Animal Crossing: New Horizons has encouraged fans to return in droves to collect the various new items the game has. Although it is the last major update that Animal Crossing: New Horizons will see, it has greatly helped the longevity of the game, offering dozens and dozens of hours of new content for players to enjoy. That said, the new update also seems to have caused many players to worry, as they have noticed that the items they have placed on their island have disappeared.

Animal Crossing: New Horizons has a host of different design options for players when it comes to terraforming and editing their island. However, some players want the game to go further, which led to the discovery of certain glitches, such as the level 4 bug in Animal Crossing: New Horizonss. Unfortunately, it seems this hack is doing more harm than good after the 2.0 update. Nintendo has tried to fix the problem before, but a fix allowed gamers to keep using it to their advantage. However, with the new Animal Crossing: New Horizons 2.0 update, it appears that players who had items in those fourth levels are losing them. On Reddit, a user by the name of JiubSt has shared a before and after image of his island, where you can see that the statues they had placed using the fourth level bug were removed after the 2.0 update. Other users in the comments have also shared how their items disappeared from their 4th level. Fortunately, there is no real need to worry, as one user has pointed out that items that are removed from the fourth level can be easily retrieved from the recycle box. The recycle bin is located in the Residential Services building and should be checked from time to time as it usually has new items from time to time for players to take with them.

Players on the Reddit post were quite relieved when they realized their articles weren't gone forever. Still, it shows that committing to Animal Crossing: New Horizons can often result in some trouble later on when a patch appears. Although the items were placed in the recycling box, they may not be in the future if an Animal Crossing: New Horizons update is repeated. The fourth level glitch was quite popular and was something that many fans tried to expand their options when decorating their island. Now, with the new 2.0 update for Animal Crossing: New Horizons offering tons of new content, fewer people may be encouraged to make use of this glitch, especially if there is a chance it will bite them again later. .
 

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