Animal Crossing: New Horizons

Animal Crossing: New Horizons 2.0 update added tons of new content to the game, such as the ability to grow vegetables, cook food and decorate interiors, as well as some smaller side activities that, while not major, can still be a lot of fun.

Among these new activities is Group Stretching, a very fun activity that will also let you earn some nice rewards. Here’s everything you need to know about it.

How to Attend Group Stretching in Animal Crossing: New Horizons

Animal Crossing: New Horizons

After installing the Animal Crossing: New Horizons 2.0 update, Group Stretching will always be available to you, no matter the time of day or the season. To start a session, you will need to interact with the tape deck found in the plaza right in front of Resident Services.

Before starting Group Stretching, you will have to choose between regular controls and motion controls. The latter allow you to actually perform the poses your characters do on screen, making Group Stretching even more fun and engaging. Regular controls feature different motions and combinations, but they are not as fun.

Completing a Group Stretching session will reward you with Nook Miles that can be used to obtain a variety of items. The amount of Nook Miles you will receive depends on the number of days you have attended, so doing so once a day will be more than enough to earn the maximum amount of Nook Miles.

Group Stretching could have been just a fun side activity, but the developer went out of its way to make it rewarding as well, so make sure you do attend every day to become available to unlock even more items via the Nook Mileage Program!

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