Animal Crossing: New Horizons players can celebrate the Festivale on Monday, February 15. Here is a complete guide to the game event.
Monday February 15 Animal Crossing: New Horizons Players can celebrate Festivale with Pavé, a returning NPC who loves to dance. Starting at 5am on Monday and for a full 24 hours, players can catch colored feathers from the sky and exchange them for Festivale furniture items, which can be customized with more feathers.
When players log into New Horizons On February 15, Isabelle will announce the event on her regular news broadcast. She and the other NPCs on the island, including Tom Nook, her children, and the Able sisters, will be wearing a Festivale accessory, which is the feather headdress that comes in four colors: red, purple, blue, and green.
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How to participate in Festivale in Animal Crossing: New Horizons
When players head to the plaza in front of Resident Services, they will see their villagers dancing in their own Festivale outfits, as well as Pavé, a rainbow-feathered peacock dressed in a glittery dance costume, standing on a Festivale stage with a colorful arch behind him. If you talk to Pavé without putting on your Festivale clothes first, he will tell you to change. At the Ables Sisters Tailor Shop, players will find all available Festivale outfits to get into the spirit of the event.
Once the players are dressed appropriately, Pavé will explain how the event works. Basically, players have to catch feathers as they float through the sky and then take them to Pavé to get rewards. Red, purple, blue, green, and rainbow feathers can be found floating around the island, and the four basic colors will stack in sets of three in the player’s inventory.
Rainbow feathers don’t stack and are much harder to find, so Pavé will also give the player a homemade recipe for them. Crafting rainbow feathers requires one of each base color.
Each time the player gives Pavé a stack of three matching feathers (or a rainbow feather), he rewards him with a Festivale piece of furniture that matches the color of the feathers he was given. Once you’ve been given enough feathers to obtain the complete furniture set that was previously available at Nook’s Cranny for the first two weeks of February, you will assign them a special task: find or create three rainbow feathers.
Giving Pavé three rainbow feathers will give the player a Festivale Float, which is a golden bust of Pavé that lights up, plays music, and moves if the player stands in front of it and presses A. This item cannot be customized , although the rest of the Festivale furniture set can – with feathers.
Personalization requires three pens of the same color, and there are five color combinations for each item (minus the float): red, purple, green, blue, and rainbow. It is recommended to catch as many as possible for players who want to decorate their islands with the furniture and customize them with the appropriate colors.
Every time the player gives Pavé feathers, they will also do special dances, which are lovely to behold.
Trade feathers with the villagers
As Animal Crossing: New Horizons If players run around catching feathers, they will encounter the villagers, both inside and outside their homes, wearing their best Festivale finery. Whenever a player talks to a villager, if they have a feather (or two, or three) in their inventory that matches the villager’s outfit, the villager will prompt the player to change to another feather color. Sometimes when a player catches a feather, if a nearby villager uses that color, they will run up to the player expectantly to discuss a trade.
This is a great way to get new feather colors if the player is having a hard time finding some on their island, and is a great way to get the villagers involved in the event. As mentioned above, the villagers will also dance around the island in the spirit of Festivale.
Animal Crossing: New Horizons is available now for Nintendo Switch. The Festivale event will take place throughout the day on Monday, February 15th.
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