October is approaching, and fans of Animal Crossing: New Horizons can expect some new creatures to visit their islands. Due to the real-time game mechanism, the seasonal changes of players in the game are the same as in the real world.

Players in the northern hemisphere will encounter deep-sea marine life in October. Both times are night activities, which means that novice players who want to catch up with the museum will need to plan some night dives. Nook Miles Tickets can be used to obtain Wetsuits, and when the player picks up duplicate creatures, they can be sold in Nook's Cranny shop.

To capture any of the 40 kinds of creatures, players need to buy and equip a diving suit and then dive into the sea to capture them. They can do this, or continue to build their museum collections. In October, three new types of marine life were captured in the northern hemisphere.

The Venus flower baskets are medium-sized marine creatures and can be purchased in the northern hemisphere from October to February. They move with long and fast lunges, and if the player accidentally approaches them, they can easily lose them. The Venus flower baskets will be available from 9 pm. They sell for 5500 bells until 4 am.

From October, players in the northern hemisphere will see seaweed at the bottom of the new horizon. Seaweed does not move like other sea creatures, so players don't have to worry about it flying away. From October to July, players can fish all day or all night. The price of seaweed is 600 bells per piece.

Spiny lobsters are large, fast marine creatures that appear in the northern hemisphere from October to December. They start activities at 9 pm. Players do not need to approach slowly until 4 in the morning to avoid scaring away or getting lost. Spiny lobsters are very valuable in the game, each lobster sells 5,000 bells.

Entering October, ACBellsBuy will also update accordingly. You can Buy Animal Crossing Bells on the site for greater help.