Animal Crossing: New Horizons Rotten Fruit – How to Get

Yes, players can get their hands on rotten fruit in Animal Crossing: New Horizons.

Fruit is one of the things that players can grow in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. Players can even get their hands on rotten versions if they so wish. Luckily, we have everything you need to know to get your hands on some rotten fruit if you are looking to do so. 

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Animal Crossing: New Horizons Rotten Fruit

Rotten fruit will appear for players to obtain at the end of a tree’s lifespan. This fact means that players who are looking to get some will need to wait until the end of a tree’s lifespan to grab some for whatever reason they may want it.

One of the best ways to use any rotten fruit that you may have is to leave it on the ground and let it attract ants. These little insects love the stuff, so having some on the ground to draw them in is a perfect way to use something that you might have otherwise got rid of because of its nature. 

Animal Crossing New Horizons Rotten Fruit

You can also sell this version, but it will likely not net you that many Bells considering its less than stellar condition. It is always an option, though, if you need an injection of Bells into your wallet. 

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