That is just a day away and we have all of the latest news about the Pocket Camp release.
There are two primary currencies in Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp, Bells and Leaf Tickets. In the new game, users take on the role of campsite manager.
This is Nintendo's fourth mobile game created in partnership with mobile developer DeNA. It will be free as well, although in-app purchases are likely present.
It's also just a much more adorable and fun thing to do on your phone than stare at a parade of awful news, and ... you already left to go download it and pretend the world doesn't exist for a bit, didn't you? Those activities include fossil digging, fishing, making friends, getting a loan and moving into a house, and much more. You can pre-register to download the game using the button below and we'll update this story to let you know when it officially goes live.
Animal Crossing started out back in 2001, and through the years has maintained a cult-like following.
Have you gotten your hands on the game yet? Moving into a campground could provide new challenges and opportunities. Make it fun, make it cute, make it sporty-it's up to you to craft the kind of furniture and amenities that will make your camp a must-see for animals visiting the area.
Host Animals at Your Campsite: "As you grow your friendships with different animals, they'll want to visit your campsite".
Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp is a game in which you build a cozy camp life with friends and your favorite animals. You can purchase Leaf Tickets with real money, or earn them through regular gameplay. This is the second time the app's stated release window has been ignored, the first being when the app debuted on Australia's iTunes/App Store and Google Play store within 12 hours of the Nintendo Direct showcasing what was to come. Also, make sure you have a persistent Internet connection, otherwise you won't be able to play the game. Have you tried out the new Pocket Camp game on iOS or Android yet? We said it was coming in hot, but apparently, it was coming in even hotter than we initially thought.