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Halo: MCC Is Adding More Microtransactions

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Halo: The Master Chief Collection is expanding its microtransaction offerings. Developer 343 Industries announced that it will soon begin to allow people to purchase “seasonal items.”

MCC currently has a battle pass-style progression system that players grind through gameplay to unlock new stuff. However, the upcoming Season 2 update will let people buy these items with real money.

Vehicle skins are coming to Halo: CE

“We also heard feedback that players want more choice in the order they unlock items, so we are adding the ability to purchase seasonal items in a given tier in any order that players want,” design director Max Szlagor said on the Halo website.

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All Mermaid DIYs And Clothing Items In Animal Crossing: New Horizons

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Animal Crossing: New Horizonssummer update has arrived, bringing with it a new visitor, Pascal. In exchange for a scallop–one of the 40 new sea creatures you can catch while diving–Pascal will give you a mermaid-themed DIY or clothing item. There are 14 mermaid DIYs to collect in all, and there are four different items of mermaid clothing.

Below is a complete list of all the mermaid DIYs. To craft these mermaid items, you’ll need pearls, a new material you can find while swimming, and often regular seashells as well. None of the mermaid items are customizable. We also have a list of the new mermaid clothing items. Credit for these lists goes to Nookazon as we work to verify the items through regular play.

Make sure you have plenty of seashells ready.

All Mermaid DIY Recipes

  • Mermaid bed
  • Mermaid rug
  • Mermaid lamp
  • Mermaid sofa
  • Mermaid wall
  • Mermaid chair
  • Mermaid shelf
  • Mermaid table
  • Mermaid closet
  • Mermaid screen
  • Mermaid vanity
  • Mermaid dresser
  • Mermaid flooring
  • Mermaid wall clock

Mermaid Clothing

  • Mermaid tiara
  • Mermaid fishy dress (two colors)
  • Mermaid princess dress (two colors)
  • Mermaid shoes (two colors)
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What’s New In Animal Crossing: New Horizons’ Summer Update

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July 3 marks the first wave of Animal Crossing: New Horizons’ summer update, and with it comes a whole bunch of new features, including swimming and diving, a new category of critter to find, new visitor interactions, and a new DIY recipe set. Here’s everything new to Animal Crossing this week and how to dive in.

Swimming And Diving

You need the wetsuit to start swimming.

The biggest new feature from the update is the ability to swim and dive in the ocean around your island. We have a full guide on how to get a wetsuit and swim, so check it out to get started.

Catching New Sea Creatures

Start filling your Critterpedia with new sea creatures, like the sea anemone or moon jellyfish.

Swimming and diving on your island opens up a new world of wildlife to find and collect. There are 40 sea creatures you can catch, all categorized in their own “sea creature” label in your Critterpedia. You can also donate them to Blathers at the museum.

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How To Find Pascal In Animal Crossing: New Horizons

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Pascal isn’t a newcomer to the Animal Crossing series, but he did make his first appearance in Animal Crossing: New Horizons after wave one of its summer update went live this week. The red sea otter loves scallops and will trade you DIY recipes in exchange for them. He can also gift you pearls, a rare crafting item requires for certain recipes, including the new mermaid set.

How To Find Pascal On Your Island

You can find Pascal while swimming and diving in your island’s oceans. If you don’t know how to do either yet, check out our Animal Crossing swimming guide for instructions on where to get a wet suit and how to swim.

He waits…

Once you’re in the water and start diving for sea creatures, Pascal will eventually appear, but only when you find a scallop. He won’t appear every time you catch a scallop or even the first time–it’s random, and we’re not quite sure what the rate is, but it seems to only be once a day. It does seem like he can appear on your island alongside other special visitors, however. Leif was in my island’s town square on the same day I met Pascal.

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