For all the Disney fans out there who recently started playing “Animal Crossing: New Horizons” and are looking to add a little magic to their Villagers–look no further. Nerd Attack recently shared a new video featuring over 500 Animal Crossing QR codes for custom clothing and decorations, with a LARGE sum designed after your favorite Disney, Pixar, Marvel, and Harry Potter characters!
Of course, of the many codes featured in the video, our most favorites have to be those themed after Disney characters! Some of which, including Elsa and Anna (“Frozen”), Kim Possible and Ron Stoppable, Lilo (“Lilo & Stitch”), Jack Skellington (“Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas”), Queen of Hearts (Disney’s Alice in Wonderland”), and Vanellope von Schweetz (“Wreck-It Ralph”), in addition to many more!
Check out the full list in the video below!
TIP: To quickly scroll the many QR codes offered in the video, be sure to check out the video’s description section. There you can locate many of the themed Disney character codes by name alphabetically and their corresponding timestamps within the video. Not fit in the description. However, more can be found in the video’s comment section.
Here’s how to use QR codes in the game, via the Animal Crossing subreddit’s instructions:
- Download the Nintendo Switch Online App. This is available for both iOS and Android smartphones on their respective stores.
- Look for Nooklink. You can find it under the Game-Specific Services section for New Horizons.
- Now turn on your Nintendo Switch, and run Animal Crossing: New Horizons. Before you load your save file, hit the – button on your switch. This will bring up the settings, and Tom Nook should appear for you.
- Select Nooklink settings after Tom Nook’s dialogue. Click yes, please! to connect your game with your smartphone and get access to QR code scanning, plus much more! The game will save and reopen as normal.
- Nooklink should now appear whenever you open the Animal Crossing: New Horizons features on the Nintendo Switch Online App.
Codes for other intellectual properties of themed clothing and furniture offered in the video include ACE Attorney, Zelda, Fallout, Final Fantasy and more.