Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp comes to your phone on 11/22

Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp comes to your phone on 11/22

People in Australia and New Zealand have been enjoying Nintendo's newest mobile game, Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp, for almost a month now. If you're rocking an Android smartphone or an iPhone, you can now download Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp on your device. It looks like Nintendo will not be missing any of the holiday or Thanksgiving spending with Pocket Camp. We said it was coming in hot, but apparently, it was coming in even hotter than we initially thought.

For those who didn't hop on the bandwagon last month, you can find the app available to download now via the iTunes/App Store and Google Play in your region.

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It's a free-to-play game, and much of it is locked behind either you waiting a lengthy amount of time or paying real money. Was it a case of mishandled information, or did Nintendo decide to treat the digital world early? In September, after announcing a release date for a major update to Super Mario Run on the App Store, Nintendo released that game a day early too. The camper is also customizable, and real-life friends can check out your camp and buy items you may have for sale. It's a laborious process but doesn't take long if you have a good Internet connection. Instead of Tom Nook, however, Pocket Camp has OK Motors, where you can purchase major upgrades that expand your RV's interior and allow you to trick out your in-game camper. Numerous game's residents will want particular items in the camp before you can invite them to visit, which means you need to get out there and earn the crafting materials necessary to build those needed decoration items. Have you tried out the new Pocket Camp game on iOS or Android yet?

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