In case you missed it, Animal Crossing has added a new update where players can get their own dream address while they sleep. But what exactly does it mean, and how can gamers get one? Here's what you need to know.
What is a dream address in 'Animal Crossing'?
According to the game, it's defined as "an identity unique to each dream." The actual dream address is a 12-digit code that's provided by Luna, a tapir, while you sleep. And with this special code, you have the ability to visit other islands in your dream. However, since you're not physically there, you can't make any permanent changes or engage in much activity.
For instance, you can't pick flowers or purchase anything when you're visiting another town through your dream. But on a brighter note, you're free to explore tons of new places. And as an added bonus, you can invite others to your island by sharing your own dream address with them (though they can't change things on your island).
Afterward, your code displays on your Passport and island map, but you also have the option to hide this information.
Here's how you can get your dream address in 'Animal Crossing.'
First off, it's important to note that you'll need a Nintendo Switch Online membership to use this dreams feature. Once you have it, the first step is to lie down in bed or on a couch in your house. When you're asked if you want to sleep, respond with yes.
At this point, Luna should appear with a welcome message and a pop-up menu, listing all the ways that she can assist. From that list, choose "I'd like to share a dream." She'll then connect you to the internet and upload your dream before informing you of your dream address, which typically starts with "DA."
During this process, Luna instructs you on how to share your dream with others, noting that dreams won't reflect any changes after it's uploaded. Keep in mind, though, that it can only be updated once a day.