An Animal Crossing: New Horizons fan collects various gyros in the game and accidentally creates a summoning circle inside their room.
With Nintendo Animal Crossing: New Horizons With the release of its free 2.0 update and Happy Home Paradise DLC in November, many players have returned to the life simulation game to explore all the new content. One of the features the developers decided to bring back is the series’ iconic wobbly creatures called Gyroids. And now one ACNH fan seems to have collected several of them, placing them in a room in his island house to create a spooky yet awesome summoning circle.
For longtime fans and gamers, the cute Animal crossing Gyros are likely to be considered a staple of the series. On Wild World, players could collect a large number of 127 Gyroids to add to their screen. On New leaf, is where players donated bells to build city mods, or they can be found by digging cracks in the ground. For New Horizons, the developers have given players a greater challenge to find and collect Gyroids, as they now have to go on one of Kappn’s boat tours for a chance to unearth them on a random island.
On Reddit, user ragepowder12 shared a video clip showing all the Animal Crossing: New Horizons Gyroids they found. However, they did so in a surprising way by placing them in a summoning circle on the ground, in the middle of a candlelit room. In the video, while the Gyroids were happily making their cute sounds, the player turned off the lights in the room. This activated the candles on the wall and illuminated the magic circle, making it look like they were doing a spooky summons of some kind.
Many colleagues ACNH Players on the Reddit thread were quite shocked by the footage, indicating that they had never seen the incident happen before. The original poster clarified that to get the same effect in the room, players will need to collect two Animal Crossing: New Horizons furniture: the candle wall and the magic circle floor. With how cool and interesting the combination of pieces looks inside the room, many fans will likely also try to replicate the effect on their own islands.
In addition to the return of Gyroids in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, many features from previous games have also returned through the free update and paid DLC. This includes Brewster’s coffee and traveling with Kapp’n. With so much more to do on the island, fans are likely to spend more time playing the game again, like when it first released in 2020.
Animal Crossing: New Horizons is available on Nintendo Switch.