Informative Statue Real vs. Fake in Animal Crossing: New Horizons


In Animal Crossing: New Horizons, players can purchase art pieces and sculptures from Crazy Redd. True to his title, Redd isn’t completely thorough with authenticity, he just wants to make a sale. Today, we’ll show you how to spot the differences between the real version of the Informative Statue versus the fake in Animal Crossing: New Horizons!

Informative Statue Real vs. Fake

The Informative Statue is based off the real-life “Rosetta Stone,” a fragment of decree discovered in Egypt. This piece of stone contained the same text found in Egyptian hieroglyphs, and it proved to be key for anthropologists deciphering the rest of the untranslated hieroglyphs.

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In Animal Crossing: New Horizons, it is extremely easy to tell the difference between the real and fake versions of the Informative Statue. The real version looks like a natural piece of stone, whereas the fake version has a very vibrant, almost unnatural, blue color. You don’t need to squint for this one!

Got any more tips for spotting forged art in Animal Crossing: New Horizons? Let us know in the comments below!

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