Where to find Pascal in Animal Crossing: New Horizons

Our Animal Crossing: New Horizons Pascal guide will help you hook up with the scallop-obsessed otter.

Another visitor has joined Animal Crossing: New Horizons? You’ve otter be kidding us! Jokes aside, Pascal is a new visitor who’s joined the island fun as part of the summer update for Animal Crossing: New Horizons (read more about that by clicking here). He’ll trade scallops for special, mermaid-themed recipes, but to find him the first time involves some work. If you’re looking to expand your crafting catalogue, read our guide for where to find Pascal in Animal Crossing: New Horizons.

Where to find Pascal in Animal Crossing: New Horizons

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Pascal is an otter that swims around the edges of your island’s water space. To find Pascal the first time, you need to dive underwater and collect a Scallop. You can do this by looking for bubbles while swimming. Make sure you grab a wetsuit so that you can head into the water, then swim around until you see a number of bubbles rising from the sea bed. Dive underwater and collect whatever’s down there.

There are many different sea creatures hiding on the ocean floor – you can click here for a full list – but eventually you’ll collect a scallop. When you do this, you’ll notice Pascal pop up in the background of your screen before swimming over. He’ll ask if you can give him the Scallop. Say yes, and in return he’ll hand over a special recipe. After doing this you’ll be able to see Pascal swimming around the back edges of your island’s waterways, but you can’t speak with him without finding more Scallops.

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Related: Animal Crossing: New Horizons sea creatures list

So to recap, if you want to find Pascal in Animal Crossing: New Horizons then you need to start diving for Scallops. He’s otterly obsessed with them, and will only come over for a chat when you find them. For more Animal Crossing: New Horizons guides, be sure to visit our game hub by clicking here!

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