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Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp Hits iOS & Android Tomorrow

Nov 20, 2017

We have some good news to share with you because Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp is finally coming to mobile this week. Nintendo announced that Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp will be available on Android and iOS starting on November 22. That is just a day away and we have all of the latest news about the  Pocket Camp release.

Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp Coming November 22

We only have one more day to wait for Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp on iOS and Android. Nintendo first announced the game was in development back in March. Now, Pocket Camp is coming to your iOS or Android device in a matter of hours. Nintendo announced that the game will launch on November 22, which is Wednesday. It will be free as well, although in-app purchases are likely present.

If you have not heard about Animal Crossing before, it is a life simulator game that focuses on you doing various activities. Those activities include fossil digging, fishing, making friends, getting a loan and moving into a house, and much more. Anything that you could do to simulate life is pretty much in this game.

Animal Crossing started out back in 2001, and through the years has maintained a cult-like following. The mobile game, Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp, was not a rushed title like Super Mario Run was. Nintendo came out to say that this game was a much longer developed and produced product, making it a higher-quality free mobile game.

Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp Finally Here

In the Pocket Camp game, you will be moving into a campground. This is different from the original which focused on a town. Moving into a campground could provide new challenges and opportunities. You will be able to make the campgrounds your own as you can find furniture and other amenities for the animals.

There are recreational areas in the game, which is where you go to collect bugs or go fishing. You will be able to see all of the animal friends that you have made, and you will end up developing a friendship with them. If the animals need something, you can help them out and then earn cool rewards for doing so.

One downside to Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp is that it will be called a freemium game. This means essentially that while it is free if you want to play, there are in-app purchases that really will help you out. The people in Australia who were able to play the game early said that the freemium title is not a detractor. In fact, the people who played the game early said that the in-app purchases are not needed so it is not something you have to do in order to progress.

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. You should still be able to pre-register on Google Play to be notified the second the game drops in America. Have you tried out the new Pocket Camp game on iOS or Android yet? Let us know in the comments what you think of the game.