Animal Crossing: New Horizons

The Animal Crossing: New Horizons 2.0 update may be the game’s final major update, but there is no denying that the game is going out with a bang, having received tons of new content for free. Those willing to spend some money can also access other additional content with the Happy Home Paradise DLC pack.

The 2.0 update added, among other things, the ability to open new shops on Harv’s renovated island. Here’s how to open Kicks’ shop and what it sells exactly.

How to Find Kicks’ Shop in Animal Crossing: New Horizons

Animal Crossing: New Horizons

Before you are able to open any new shop on Harv’s Island, including Kicks’ Shop, you will need to install the Animal Crossing: New Horizons 2.0 update, which should be done automatically by your console. Once this is done, you will get an invitation from Harv to visit his island, but only if you have a 3-star island.

Once on Harv’s island, you will be told about the shopping plaza and how to open shops. To open Kicks’ Shop, you will need to donate 100,000 Bells to the Gyroid that mentions building a shop for the dapper dealer of fine shoes and handbags. After you have made your donation, wait for a day to pass, and speak with Harv to welcome Kicks on the island.

What Can You Do in Kicks’ Shop?

As the Gyroid hinted at, Kicks sells shoes, socks, and handbags. Every day, he will have three shoes, three socks, and five handbags on sale, and the selection will change every day, so make sure to take advantage of this to complete the collection. Kicks’ Shop is open every day from 5 AM to 12 AM, so there’s plenty of time each day to do some serious shopping!

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