Before you embark on your expedition on your way to a new island, you must decide where you want to land: Animal Crossing: New Horizons overpopulated one or an underpopulated one? A whole number of alternatives are available to Tom Nook. In the screenshot shown here, you'll be shown four different possibilities to visit the island. There are, however, more than four you can choose from because you can choose different criteria from the N travel agency to make your decision. Your islands rely on a lot of questions that have no discernible relation to each other, so many of which you must answer before you can extend them, but you can “reload an island”, if you wish. Learn about all the different island types that are discovered in the Animal Crossing group before the game has launched. The architecture of the islands varies in a variety of ways. As is common in any sandbox games, all islands will have the same resources: ACNH trees , blocks, natural flowers, and buildings like the Hospital and the Airport will be on the map regardless of what islands you discover them on. All areas will have different AC New Horizons items , whereas these systems and services will be located in some places rather than others. The first step to creating an island layout in Animal Crossing: New Horizons on the Nintendo Switch is to decide where you want to position your main. After giving you several chances to search for the object, the two Nooks will tell you how to use your leaf, and exit the game, if you don't want to keep playing, you can restart it and try to discover something similar. in the long term, it does not matter whether you choose a flatland or hills and plains; however, as long as you play the game, you will be unable to modify your terrain. If you limit your quest to something you are pleased with, then you're doing at the beginning, this means you can choose something that you want to focus on. Read this for choosing your adventure: When you choose your new place, keep these considerations in mind. Planning your settlement: Before you travel to the island, identify where the rivers and cliffs are. In contrast to previous Animal Crossing games, the cliffs have been made taller. When you have both pole vaulting boots and a ladder, you can reach these elevated locations. You'll need to expand these systems to get to traverse places with no alternative paths or span rivers and gaps. Adding a lot of bridges and ramps will cost you a substantial price tag, so take that into consideration. The housing location you choose for your tenants can't be moved, so make sure you like the location of your Resident Services building on the island. It will generally be located in a position that is close to the middle of the screen, so just bear in mind how much space you will be required to expand it by. A thing that successfully exists at the core of a business or residential area has larger geographic importance and surrounds that must have a perimeter of other businesses or homes in order to sustain it. However, there are some fish, including carp and tadpoles, that can only be captured in ponds. This is particularly true for fishing: Never make an island be land borders on any bodies of water so you can get your salmon, which are notorious for getting away. It's a given that your airport will not only be white. Based on our own observations, it seems that you cannot make your airport any other than white. you're not going to get the right color for your island' You may have the option of picking either red, green, yellow, or blue airports, but you must reset if you care about the island's color.