Animal Crossing: New Horizons – How To Bring K.K. Slider To Your Island

Longtime fans of Animal Crossing: New Horizons were probably in a little funk this past weekend when their pal K.K. Slider wasn’t available to play tunes. Unlike in most previous iterations, there are a bunch of steps you’ll need to take in New Horizons before the plucky hound will come and serenade your island with music (obviously blasting K.K. Metal).

If you’re dying to meet K.K. and get him visiting your town on the regular, then you’ll have to follow these steps to ensure he becomes a regular. If you’re just starting out, you can safely ignore this for a few weeks as you won’t be anywhere close to getting him.

The first pre-requisite to getting K.K. to your town is increasing the capacity of it. You’ll need to have eight residents -excluding you and anyone else on your console- make a home on your island. Suffice to say, that requires building the museum, Nook’s Cranny, the campsite, and fully upgrading your Resident Services building.

Once you’ve accomplished all of that, you’ll unlock the “Island Evaluation” service. Once done, you’ll be able to visit Isabelle in the Resident Services building and ask her to evaluate your island. You’ll need to hit a three-star ranking to have K.K. show up.

The easiest way to increase your ranking is by planting flowers around. You can also make some custom designs and paste them on the grass as walkways. Get to crafting some outdoor furniture, too, since that will go a long way with increasing the value of your island.

After you’ve done all of that, K.K. will finally start playing songs on your island. He’ll be available in the plaza outside of the Resident Services building and you’ll be able to request one song from him after 6 pm. There are a ton of songs available in New Horizons, though you can finally purchase them from the Resident Services terminal. This means you won’t have to spend nearly two years going to K.K. once a week.

It’s surprising how long it takes to unlock K.K., but then the reward is the wonderfully dulcet tones of his voice.

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