Yesterday we learned that Nintendo‘s newest mobile game, Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp, would launch globally for iOS and Android on November 22. But it turns out Nintendo is being nice and gifting fans an extra day of playtime.
The newest entry in the Animal Crossing series is now available for both iOS and Android. It can run on Android 4.2 and newer and also supports iOS 9.0 and newer.
Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp is a free download, but there are in-app purchases that players and parents should be aware of. Those prices range from $0.99 and up to $62.99 for Leaf Tickets which can help a player craft items faster, acquire unique camper designs, and more.
The new game will have players create a character which they can customize and then manage a campsite that they will also be able to make their own, including setting out furniture and decorations. Players will be able to visit in-game sites like a river, a forest, and a beach, too.
Players will be able to make friends with non-playable characters (NPCs) in the game as well as other real life Pocket Camp players. Those characters will be able to visit your campsite to check it out.
Do you plan on trying out Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp?