22 November, 2017
Animal Crossing's laid back gameplay seems like a ideal fit for mobile platforms, and a free, accessible entry in the franchise on devices most people already own will likely boost the performance of future franchise entries (and maybe even previous ones) much like Pokémon GO did for Pokémon games.
Your Campsite. Your Way: "The joy of Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp is creating a space that suits you and your style".
Have you gotten your hands on the game yet? This is different from the original which focused on a town.
The player also needs to use the animals to craft furniture and decorate the campsite.More news: UCLA Basketball Players Thank President Trump as They Return to US Soil
As usual for an Animal Crossing game, you'll be able to collect a seemingly endless amount of trinkets through activities like fishing, bug hunting, and food gathering. If the animals need something, you can help them out and then earn cool rewards for doing so.
The game is now live on the Google Play Store for certain countries, with initial reports coming in from France. You can purchase Leaf Tickets with real money, or earn them through regular gameplay.
If you would like to try out Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp, you can head to Google Play Store or Apple's App Store on November 22.
Also, in a new twist that aims to foster more social play, visiting campsites and being visited by others strengthens in-game relationships. Have you tried out the new Pocket Camp game on iOS or Android yet?
We knew it was coming in late November, and now we have a date: 11/22.