Jake and Rob's quest to be the biggest jerk ever in Animal Crossing: New Horizons continues in the second episode of The Vile Villager. Though the duo get sidetracked in their plans to create a truly ambitious level of mischief, they still manage to succeed in completing some truly terrible shenanigans.
They have a good reason though. That jerk of a rabbit, Zipper T. Bunny, has come to visit their island with the arrival of the Easter-themed Bunny Day event. Zipper's incessant need to flood the island with eggs has made him more of an annoyance than Rob and Jake--and they can't have that, they can't have that at all. So the big plans need to be put on hold in order to complete the more logical next step: cut down all the cherry blossom trees and ruin Bunny Day for everyone.
Of course, there's other mischief to get up to as well. You'll have to watch the full video to see it all, but rest assured that Jake and Rob manage to once again prove that they're probably the last people you'd ever want to share an island with. I mean, who goes through the process of collecting enough fish and insects to convince Blathers to move his entire operation to some unknown island and then never actually donate the additional specimens that the owl needs to stay in business?
If you're bored and feel like you're trapped at home, Animal Crossing: New Horizons is an excellent game to pick up and play--especially if you're looking for a co-op experience to share with a non-gamer. In GameSpot's Animal Crossing: New Horizons review in progress, Kallie Plagge writes, "New Horizons certainly has a slower pace than other Animal Crossing games, partially because you have to work to get things up and running on the island at the start. And while I'm impatient to discover what upgrades might be coming my way (and I need to mess around with Island Designer more), I still feel as though I've done a lot on my island. I've crafted tons of furniture, upgraded my house seven times, picked thousands of weeds, and done far too many drastic outfit changes. I'm as excited to see what random events await me each morning as I am to decorate my island and make it my own, and that's sure to keep me coming back for the foreseeable future."