Animal Crossing: New Horizons players have discovered a trick to instantly renovate a villager’s house.
Just below, you can see a mega-popular post on the Animal Crossing: New Horizons subreddit. In the post, the user explains that if you find one of your companions with a bare house, you can actually have it renovated immediately by talking to Isabelle and complaining about her house.
Complaining to Isabelle is definitely one way to get the job done. It’s a bit like complaining to the island manager that someone’s house is extremely ugly and it bothers you, but hey, who are we to argue with a method that works so clearly, and instantly? Isabelle probably doesn’t mind being our shoulder to cry on.
It’s a great way to spruce up your island homes, and quite quickly. It’s also a great method of giving things a fresh coat of paint, especially if you’re only returning to your New Horizons island after a long time. As a writer here at Alyssa recently discovered, it can be quite overwhelming, so it might help you get back into the Animal Crossing process.
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Hirun Cryer is a Gamesradar+ Freelance Journalist and Writer based in the UK After earning a degree in American History specializing in Journalism, Film, Literature and History, he entered the world of writing games, focusing on shooters, indie and RPG games, and has since received the MCV 30 Under 30 award for 2021. In his spare time, he freelances with other industry outlets, hands-on Japanese and loves contemporary manga and anime.