Last year, Animal Crossing: New Horizons did many things right - but Bunny Day wasn't one. The popular game is a huge beacon of desire to many players throughout the era of staying-at-home, the good news is Bunny Day is just as before on the horizon, threatening to ruin everything players love regarding the game. Here's when Bunny Day is going on this year, and just how players can avoid it when they want.

After almost a year, Animal Crossing's dreaded Bunny Day event is returning, that's plenty of players feeling a tad dismayed. The Bunny Day unwelcome was mostly a result of the egg hunt. The eggs spawned very frequently so that it is nearly impossible to create the ACNH Bells players actually wanted. Animal Crossing fans hated this a lot that Nintendo even patched to pull up quickly update this past year to lower the regularity of eggs appearing in New Horizons. Thankfully, before Bunny Day's impending arrival, Nintendo has given players an abundance of warnings to ready themselves this season.

According to some recent tweets that make up the official Animal Crossing: New Horizons account on Twitter, Bunny Day will officially begin on April 4th, 2021. Starting on March 28th, though, players are able to find event-themed components of Nook's Cranny. However, it seems that the eggs actually won't start appearing until April 4th. As usual for Animal Crossing updates, this will likely happen in the dark of a player's time zone.

Hopefully, Animal Crossing has learned from New Horizons' Bunny Day debacle and eggs won't appear frequently in the game. Players can Buy ACNH Bells and make to ignore Zipper T. Bunny all they demand, but his eggs will still appear. For players looking to avoid the case altogether, there is no way to stop eggs from turning up. The only real choice to sit the overall game down until Bunny Day has ended.

So far, it's unclear what all items have to be part of Bunny Day this current year. For those dreading the wedding and looking to protect themselves from it, Animal Crossing: New Horizons' Bunny Day starts on April 4th, 2021, although some people might items will start turning up at Nook's Cranny on March 28th.