One of the most important resources in Animal Crossing New Horizons is fossils. You will need to grab as much as you can to have a decent amount of Fossils in Animal Crossing New Horizons. In the Fossils farming guide, we will explain how you can get more fossils in Animal Crossing New Horizons.
Animal Crossing New Horizons Fossil Farming
Fossils are items are that buried all around the Island. To get Fossils you need to dig the star-shaped cracked on the ground. Look for blue circular rocks with shell and star shapes. Fossils were a part of New Leaf and the player was stuck with limited cracks per day. For the time being, it seems that’s also the case in Animal Crossing New Horizons. Fossils can be used to display at the museum or sold for in the shops for in-game currencies.
To find Fossils you first need to equip a Shovel and look for the star-shaped cracks on the ground. Keep digging the crack until you are able to find a fossil. Cracks appear daily and at random locations on the map. Animal Crossing New Horizons farming revolves around finding all four cracks on your main Island. You need to find all 4 cracks on the island that spawn each date. Since you can time travel, it is possible to respawn the fossils by changing the date on your Switch. However, this is yet to be confirmed. Another method to farm Fossils in Animal Crossing New Horizons. Visit other Islands but there are two cracks per day on them. Farming Fossils from other Islands would consume Nook Miles. You can keep visiting other Islands to farm Fossils in Animal Crossing New Horizons.
That’s how the farming of fossils works in the new Animal Crossing. If you need more help with the game check out the Animal Crossing New Horizons Wiki.