Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp Gets Worldwide Release Date

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The mobile game for Android was announced last month and it will be released worldwide. Thanks to the success of its mobile games, Nintendo said its smart device and IP-related income was 9 billion yen during the second fiscal quarter this year.

Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp, the first game for the franchise has received a concrete release date.

Nintendo's Animal Crossing line of games has hooked players for almost two decades thanks to its charming characters and real-time town management gameplay. The game will be available later this week on November 22 worldwide.

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Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp is out globally on Android this week.

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Like its portable siblings, you'll have to wait for bugs to re-appear and fruit to regrow before collecting them again.

Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp is Nintendo's third mobile game, trailing behind Super Mario Run and Fire Emblem Heroes. The major hook of Animal Crossing is each game works according to the real world clock, so certain activities and events are only accessible at specific times on specific days.

Fortunately, it maintains the lovable Animal Crossing charm as players manage their own campsite inhabited by adorable tenants who will soon become your friends.

The game is free to play, but players can purchase "leaf tickets" which enable them to cut the time needed to carry out building and purchase extra materials to make furniture. The game's currency, Leaf Tickets, can be earned through playing, or bought with real money.