A Glitch in the Animal Crossing Happy Home Paradise DLC Causes Villagers to Lose Their Clothes
Glitches and bugs happen in released games, that’s for certain. And this time, there is a bit of an interesting one that’s come about in the Animal Crossing: New Horizons DLC. While most villagers in the game (but for rockstar pup KK Slider) wear all sorts of clothing, this new glitch… well. Deprives them of their clothing.
But only in one location in particular, in the cafe on one of the unlockable Lottie island locations. Currently, there’s no reason given as to why this happens, or even how to fix it. Nintendo has yet to comment on this either, or when this glitch will be fixed. Since it is a localized glitch, it is possible at least to try and avoid this funny situation. But if going by or in the Lottie cafe location, and if you notice that the workers are not wearing the clothing designed for them by players, or even default by the game…well. At least it’s a known bug and is spread through everyone’s games, not just one.
The game glitched and Molly looks so cute as a naked baby 🥺😭 from AnimalCrossing
And since this has been going on since November, players of the game have had fun (and confusion) posting this unexpected discovery on various social media. While this doesn’t detract or add anything to the Animal Crossing experience, and while Animal Crossing and its DLC are for sure a great time for everyone, this isn’t the first time there’s been a noticeable bug. There’s also been a bug before where homes could not be remodeled if the airport gates were open- meaning if anyone was visiting, there was no way to remodel the house together, or get helpful tips in the process.
WHY ARE YOU NAKED
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— Toon Fawn (COMMISSIONS CLOSED)✊🏼✊🏽✊🏾✊🏿 (@ToonFawn) November 28, 2021
But if the remodeling bug was promised a fix, maybe the nudity bug will be too. In the meantime, players may see a lot more feathers, tentacles, and fur than they expected. At least now they know they’re not alone.