Animal Crossing: New Horizons on Switch plays in real time, meaning that a day in the game is as long as a day in real life.
If you want to speed up your progress, you can time travel.
Rather than waiting until the next real-world day, time traveling lets you and see your new home renovations or new building quickly.
Is it bad to time travel in Animal Crossing?
All players who time travel take the risk of their town becoming populated with weeds, downgrading Tom Nook’s Store, the likely possibility of villagers moving out, bedheads, interrupting the growth of trees, and, depending on how far they have traveled, rafflesia growing.
Is Animal Crossing New Horizons real time?
As in previous installments in the Animal Crossing series, New Horizons is a nonlinear life simulation game played in real-time. The game will allow the player to customize the appearance of their character at will, and will not lock specific hairstyles or facial features to specific genders.
How long is a day in Animal Crossing?
Remember: Animal Crossing: New Horizons is a marathon, not a sprint, so even just 20 minutes per day should be plenty to get the basics done.
Is Animal Crossing a girl game?
Animal Crossing is by no means marketed directly to girls at all; if people perceive it as “girly,” they’re just associating the lack of violence and cuteness with femininity (which in itself is problematic and untrue).