Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp Is Now Out

Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp
officially unveiled during an October Nintendo Direct, and was subsequently soft-launched in Australia. Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp has players complete tasks for the game’s various creatures in order to build up friendships, get them to visit your camp, and material rewards like in game money. These tasks will involve fishing, catching bugs, and gathering fruit, the game’s three main activities outside of decorating. As with previous Animal Crossing games, players will be able to buy all sorts of decorations, customize your character, and players will be able to visit their friend’s camp sites.

Thus far Nintendo has released two other mobile games on Android. The first was Super Mario Run, a level based runner starring Nintendo’s mascot. The second was Fire Emblem Heroes, a strategy RPG gacha game starring characters from the long running Fire Emblem franchise. Both games have received a number of updates since their release, including a patch that added a new world, new character, and more to Super Mario Run.

Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp will be free and will contain in app purchases. Here is a trailer with more information:

Interested? Check out Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp on Google Play

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