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21 November 2017, 12:58 | Camille Rivera
Animal Crossing Pocket Camp Lands On Wednesday
The official Animal Crossing Twitter account has revealed that Pocket Camp will release for iOS and Android on November 22. Thanks to the success of its mobile games, Nintendosaid its smart device and IP-related income was 9 billion yen during the second fiscal quarter this year.
Of course, Nintendo expects Pocket Camp to generate quite a bit of cash.
The game takes place in real time, so the game world reflects the time and even the season in the real world.
Pocket Camp mixes up the formula by putting you in charge of a campsite. The game will be available later this week on November 22 worldwide.
There will be recreation areas where you're able to collect fruit, go fishing, and capture all sorts of insects just like other entries in the series. The game will be free to download and play, but microtransactions will be present allowing you to purchase Leaf Tickets.
Pocket Camp crams most of the fun, daily activities from the main titles into this mobile offering.
In a normal Animal Crossing game, the player moves into a town and is given a house by local business raccoon Tom Nook, under the condition that you have to work to pay him off. The game's currency, Leaf Tickets, can be earned through playing, or bought with real money.
The game was first unveiled in October and the iOS was soft-launched in Australia soon after, rising to the top of the games charts there faster than previous Nintendo mobile games Super Mario Run and Fire Emblem Heroes.
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