How to get Framed Villager Photos in Animal Crossing New Horizons

How to get Framed Villager Photos in Animal Crossing New Horizons

Building up your friendship levels with your villagers can be a rewarding task. Not only is it nice to have your fellow islanders love you, but you get some cool gifts for becoming their best friends. One reward you can get is a framed photo of your villager. In this guide, we’ll take a look at how to get framed villager photos in Animal Crossing New Horizons.

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How to get Framed Villager Photos in Animal Crossing New Horizons

  • Increase Villager Friendship Level to Best Friends
  • Gift Exchange

There are many ways to increase your friendship level with your villagers. Three different levels of friendship exist in ACNH, and those are friends, good friends, and best friends. We have a detailed guide that goes into some more depth about Increasing Friendship Levels in New Horizons.

In short, you will need to work your way up to the best friend status with your villagers. You can do this through interacting with them on a daily basis. Doing things like greeting them, giving them gift wrapped presents, and exchanging gifts can earn your friendship points and increase your level with a particular villager.

When that’s done, you can earn a personal framed photo of your villager and also change their greeting. After you are at best friend status, make sure to exchange gifts with them daily. You have a small percent chance for that gift to be a framed photo of the villager. It’s completely random, so there’s nothing extra you can do to increase your odds.

Here’s some example framed villager photos from the Animal Crossing New Horizons Companion Guide.

framed villager photos acnh

So far, we know each villager can give you at least one photo of themselves. There has been no confirmation as to whether or not you can receive multiple photos from the same villager. Be sure to give your villagers gifts and greet them every day to maximize your chances of getting that ultimate friendship reward.

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