If you stop a villager from moving, you can leave your game indefinitely and no one will move out.
That’s how most of us manage our towns.
The game won’t pick a new mover until the next time you load your game on a new day (after 6AM).
Can you stop a villager from moving in?
The only way to regulate who moves in randomly is to load your game with a new character when you expect a move-in and keep resetting and making new characters until you get the villager you want. You can also do this to re-position the home of a villager that you got from the campsite or from another person.
How do you convince a villager to stay?
When a villager is planning on moving, the best way to get them to stay is through talking to them, then writing them a letter and attaching a present. In City Folk, sometimes villagers that have lived in the player’s town can be seen in the city, but they will not recognize the player.
Why do villagers move out in Animal Crossing?
The move-out process
Once a town has reached nine or more villagers, it will be in a ‘moving-out period’. During this time, the game will continually try to move villagers out- no villagers will move in unless they are invited them from the campsite/another town or are acquired from WiFi-ing or SpotPass.
Should I let my villager leave?
Generally speaking, let villagers go if you only have a passing attachment to them (or none) and only keep a couple villagers “forever”. Keeping too many villagers forever will keep gameplay a bit stale; you won’t see all the personalities, species, individual characters or the interiors of their homes.