We still cannot recount how many articles have been written on Animal Crossings: New Horizons. Every month the game experiences updates. It leads to new fishes and bugs in the area of the game.
So, now that the month of June is about to end, it is time to see what are the new fishes arriving in July. This is done as a service to our readers and fans so that they have an idea before anyone else.
Fishes do not tend to leave(Animal Crossings: New Horizons )
Now, if you are a player of Animal Crossings, you should know that most fishes stick around for the entire year. But, some of them do not have this characteristic. So, if the players want to have a huge collection of them in their museums, they better follow this guide here.
Northern Hemisphere July Fish
The fishes are divided into different hemispheres. You will end up finding different varieties in these hemispheres. So, let us first talk about the northern hemisphere. There are only five fishes coming to the northern hemisphere in this month of Animal Crossings: New Horizons . If you want to experience the new fishes for yourselves, then turn around right now. But, if you want to know, here are the fishes given below:
Sweetfish [900 Bells] – River (Medium-small), All Day
Napoleon fish [10,000 Bells] – Sea (Huge), 4 am to 9 pm
Pufferfish [250 Bells] – Sea (Medium-small), All Day
Blue marlin [10,000 Bells] – Pier (Huge), All Day
Ocean sunfish [4,000 Bells] – Sea (Huge with fin), 4 am to 9 pm
Southern Hemisphere July Fish
There is some bad news for the players who live in the Southern Hemisphere(Animal Crossings: New Horizons). This is because no new fishes are going to show up in the month of July. But, no fishes are leaving in July either. Plus, no bugs are leaving in the month of July either. Hence, it is apparent that the people living in the Southern Hemisphere will be living with the same creatures as the previous month.
Both of the hemispheres will get the chance to participate in the Fishing Tourney in Animal Crossings: New Horizons. Here, players will be able to compete against their villagers in a fishing competition. So, mark the date, July 11. So, what do you think of the new changes, let us know in the comments below.