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27 October 2017, 12:22 | Camille Rivera
Animal Crossing Mobile Will Finally Be Revealed This Week Shannon Grixti
Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp is already out in Australia, a fact that I'm trying not to cry about out of jealousy. As opposed to original console release of the game, the mobile version puts the player in charge of a campsite instead of becoming mayor of a town. The process involves finding an APK for the game online and downloading Pocket Camp straight to your phone, but the dangers of tampered files means this is slightly more risky.
As everybody suspected, the game is free with in-app purchases. From the press release, "If you level up your friendship or decorate your campsite with an animal's favorite items, she or he might pay you a visit". Now, Mashable reports, Nintendo is revamping Animal Crossing. If you add someone to your friends list in the game you can return to visit them any time, no player ID required again. Judging from the Nintendo Direct, crafting will be the prime objective of the game. "Have this nice lil piece of joy in the form of 'Animal Crossing' revamped as a mobile app". That camper will travel with our characters when they visit other locations in the game like Breezy Hollow, Sunburst Island, and Market Place. You'll earn rewards for things you do and helping people out. If it is anything like Fire Emblem Heroes, Pocket Camp will only improve in the weeks and months following its release.
Android and iOS phones, so anyone running a Windows phone (or other platform) won't have access.
As you meet and greet visitors you'll build a relationship level with them.
Bells are still the in-game currency of choice, though, and you can collect these in the usual way of shaking trees and selling items you don't need.
Following an announcement earlier this week, Nintendo has finally given us the name for its next mobile game. You can sign up to register for notifications when the game goes live in late November.
This can range from collecting items, planting things, selling stuff you've collected, customising your character's clothes, your home and some of the places around you. Activities in Pocket Camp include fishing, bug catching and fruit gathering.
But what's there at the moment feels, for all the changes to the game's presentation, like a fundamentally Animal Crossing experience.
With the right craft materials, you can have the hardworking handyman Cyrus make just about anything you need to customize your campsite.
The game will have seasonal events and limited-time items and outfits through game updates which will become available through free updates once the game has launched in November.
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