Wood Egg Animal Crossing: New Horizons – How to Get

Check out how you can get the new wood egg in Animal Crossing: New Horizons.

The first seasonal event for Animal Crossing: New Horizons has officially arrived. This Bunny Day event will be going on until April 12th and will allow players to collect a variety of eggs to craft unique items. One of these eggs is the wood egg, and we have everything you need to know to get a wood version of the Bunny Day eggs covered for you.

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Wood Egg Animal Crossing: New Horizons

Players can acquire the wood version of the Bunny Day eggs by hitting any of the trees in the game with the stone axe in your inventory. Performing this action will allow you to collect as many of these Bunny Day eggs as possible. However, you will need to make sure that you have crafted the stone axe before being able to collect the wood version of the Bunny Day eggs. 

Wood Egg Animal Crossing New Horizons

There is no doubt that this item will be one of the most popular resources in the game for the next few days considering that it is likely to be removed from the game once the Bunny Day event officially ends. Players will want to make sure they stock up on as many of these eggs as they can.

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