The Mario and Luigi costumes truly creep me out in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, to the point where I’ve avoided checking in with my island since the late-February update went out. Actually, no… I’ve just been too busy with Stardew Valley split-screen co-op hogging 100 percent of my Switch time lately.
If you’re more interested in the Mushroom Kingdom items than the costumes, same – and there’s a trick for the Warp Pipe that’ll come in handy if you find yourself running back and forth all the time.
Well, “trick” is probably overselling it a bit. Players have taken to using the Warp Pipes (known in-game as “Pipes”) as a way to quickly hop back home to deposit spare items or redecorate. All you need to do is find a spot in your home (or wherever you frequently travel) for the first Warp Pipe and then hang onto the other one. If you ever need to fast-travel, just pull out the secondary pipe right there and pop in.
Here’s a demonstration from Reddit user VictoryRoles. Before you ask: yes, there’s a loading screen.
Basic? Yes. Effective? Better than nothing! I’m pretty desperate for time-savers in New Horizons. And while I don’t go home enough to warrant doing this, I think I’ll adapt the on-the-go “pocket” method.
You can find the Warp Pipes for sale in the Promotion tab of the Nook Shopping kiosk, and they cost 5,000 bells each. For a look at the rest of the Mushroom Kingdom items, check out this page.
If only I had a Return Scepter in Animal Crossing. Then I’d have the last laugh.
Source: Destructoid It’s worth keeping an extra Warp Pipe on hand in Animal Crossing