The DIY Recipes have been completely overhauled in the Animal Crossing: New Horizons 1.11.1 update

0 update for Animal Crossing: New Horizons, Nintendo added a slew of new items, as well as seasonal events, for players to enjoy

In the 1.11.0 update for Animal Crossing: New Horizons, Nintendo added a slew of new items, as well as seasonal events, for players to enjoy. Another 1.11.1 update was released recently, this time focusing on bugs and glitches that were causing concern among the community. There are some hidden changes that Nintendo did not disclose, even though it mentioned all of the bug fixes.

New Horizons' DIY recipes have been significantly altered as a result of this update (version 1.111). Animal Crossing New Horizons, the update system detail "perfectionists". A crafting mechanic in New Horizons is the use of home-made recipes (DIY recipes). At a DIY workbench, users can create recipes out of repurposed materials or reclaimed furniture. Players' progress was being hampered, according to the developers, and so these changes were necessary. You can find all of the information you need about the DIY recipe changes included in the 1.11.11 update right here!


DIY recipes in Animal Crossing: New Horizons were altered as a result of the modifications made by Nintendo.
Because some of the DIY recipes were interfering with the game's story mode, Nintendo placed some restrictions on their use. Making progress in the story mode unlocks all of the DIY recipes that were previously restricted. It was previously possible for newcomers to obtain these items without having to go through the storyline because some players sold them.

As a result, Nintendo imposed some restrictions, and now, if you have a DIY recipe in your pocket before visiting or leaving a friend's island, it will simply vanish from your inventory. Put another way, you will be unable to transport over 70 homemade recipes to Dodo Airlines, which is currently located in New Horizons. Since the company wants to prevent people from taking advantage of the game, this is a brilliant strategy.

Following these modifications, newcomers will make every effort to advance through the storylines in order to obtain these items. Those who used to host treasure islands are also affected, as users are unable to access the items they were offering them. For example, trash items and Golden Axe are examples of inaccessible recipes, in which a person can learn the DIY recipe by reaching a certain milestone, but for which there is no physical DIY card available to purchase.

However, if you hack into the game, you will be able to obtain the physical DIY card for these recipes, which is a violation of the game's rules. After the 1.11.1 update, players will no longer be able to transport these items back to their island, which was previously possible thanks to the efforts of hacker guilds.

As of right now, there is no easy way to obtain these items, and players must work hard in order to obtain them. Support Nintendo's decision on the DIY recipes, or do you think they were wrong? Fill in the blanks with your thoughts in the section below.