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How To Get Star Fragments in Animal Crossing New Horizons

Star Fragment are rarest items in Animal Crossing New Horizons, to find them you will need to fulfill a special condition.

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Star Fragments in Animal Crossing New Horizons are one of the rarest items in the game and it requires special conditions to appear in the game. The rarity of it being available makes it one of the most wanted item and it is needed to make the Magic Wand. This guide will show you how to get star fragments in Animal Crossing New Horizons.

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How To Get Star Fragments in Animal Crossing New Horizons

Star Fragment is one such item that you can neither make or get it from a particular quest in Animal Crossing New Horizons, this resource will only be available if you see and wish upon a shooting star in the game.

  1. Shooting stars are incredibly rare in Animal Crossing New Horizons and there isn’t a certain day or condition apart from the fact that you can only see them during the night in Animal Crossing New Horizons.
  2. To get your hands on some Star Fragments in Animal Crossing New Horizons, you will have to talk to Isabella every day, she will announce if there is going to be a shooting star sighting or not.
  3. If Isabella says that there is going to be a shooting star sighting, spend the night looking up in the night sky, make sure that there aren’t any trees or buildings blocking your way.

To see the star, make sure that your hands are empty, then hold up the Left Stick to look up, once you see the shooting star press A to make a wish. If everything was done perfectly, the shooting star will glow a bit brighter and get slightly bigger than before.

As soon as the night turns today, you will need to visit the beaches and search for Star Fragments, make sure that you check around as there should be plenty of pieces. Check our Animal Crossing New Horizons Wiki guide for more latest tips, tricks, guides, unlocks, and a lot more.

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