One of the most exciting aspects of Animal Crossing: New Horizons is when a different month arrives. The reasoning for why it is an exciting time when a different month comes is the addition of fish that were not available for players to encounter and catch in the previous month. This will be the case for July, as players will have a group of fish that they now have the opportunity to catch. One of these fish is the Ocean Sunfish, and we have everything you need to know to catch an Ocean Sunfish covered for you.
Ocean Sunfish Animal Crossing: New Horizons
Players will find that the Ocean Sunfish will spawn at the location of the sea. This particular fish has a huge shadow size with a fin, which means that those who are wanting to catch this aquatic creature will need to cast their lines out towards the biggest shadows they see that have a fin to obtain the Ocean Sunfish. You will be able to find this creature at sea between 4 AM and 9 PM, which means that players do have to dedicate a portion of time during a specific period of time to have a chance of getting this fish for their collection.
The Ocean Sunfish will spawn in the world of the latest entry in the fan-favorite Nintendo franchise between July and September, which means that players who are interested in getting this fish will have plenty of time to do so throughout the next couple of months.
This particular fish will net players a total of 4,000 Bells when they sell it, meaning that those who can get their hands on one of these aquatic creatures will be rewarded handsomely.
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