One thing about Animal Crossing: New Horizons is that there’s a whole lot of building, picking, and organizing to do. And yes, it’s definitely a time-consuming process. However, you’re going to need a ton of inventory space to carry out the most ambitious of your infrastructure plans and so on. Enter the Animal Crossing New Horizons Pocket Organization Guide, which will help expand your pockets and help them on the way to their full potential.
Animal Crossing New Horizons Pocket Organization Guide: What is It?
If you’re trying to organize your inventory and you’re sick of trying to stick stuff in storage because you can’t pick up any more rocks or anything, then you’re definitely not alone. We reckon that the inventory feels a little bit cluttered and small, especially since it feels like there are so many things that you’re going to have to keep in your pockets to craft tools (newsflash: they break now). So, if you need to keep rocks, stones, and anything else, freeing up space will definitely be a priority for you.
Now, enter our solution to all of that: the Animal Crossing New Horizons Pocket Organization Guide. This will essentially expand your inventory by an extra row, giving you more to work with when it comes to upgrading your existing tools and just taking on a bunch of extra resources. Here’s what you’ll need to get the Pocket Organization Guide in Animal Crossing New Horizons.
- Access to the Nook Stop terminal
- Access to the ability to redeem Nook Miles
- 5,000 Nook Miles
You’ll be able to select the Redeem Nook Miles option when using the Nook Stop if you’ve fulfilled the other criteria. When you do this, you can scroll through the options available and you’ll see the card option labeled the Pocket Organization Guide. If you can pick that up with your 5,000 Miles, it’ll automatically be used on you and voila! Basically like magic! You’ll have your extra row of inventory space so that you can store pretty much anything you want, whether or not it’s extra fruit, bugs, or even something like a stringfish. If you’re wanting to get that fish in particular, we actually have a guide that you can use to make it happen.
Now that you know what to do with the Animal Crossing New Horizons Pocket Organization Guide, it should be a little easier to cart around an entire island’s worth of natural resources in your pockets while you’re deciding what to build next. Need a hand with anything else in Animal Crossing: New Horizons? Why don’t you check out some other tips and tricks that we’ve put together for Island Representatives like you in our dedicated guides hub for the game?
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