What's less than great is Pocket Camp requires an internet connection. Pocket Camp was slated to come out a bit earlier but unfortunately got delayed twice to coincide with the schedules for Fire Emblem Heroes and Super Mario Run. Reactions from those who've played the title have been positive so far, and while the game contains microtransactions, they're relatively low-key. While the weather is getting steadily colder out here in the real world, there's never been a more ideal time to go camping with your animal friends.
Nintendo hasn't exactly rushed to get its long-in-gestation Animal Crossing spin-off onto mobile phones, but finally, it's just around the corner.
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Last month Nintendo revealed details of its free-to-play Animal Crossing mobile game for iPhone, iPad and Android. Firstly, instead of a town, you build up your own campsite alongside your friends and animal neighbors. A multiplayer feature will also allow players to exchange ID information in order to visit each others campsites. The game also gives you access to a camper that sort of acts like a smaller house that you can decorate. One can pay for items called Leaf Tickets. If the footage is anything to go by, these tickets will cost 99 cents for 20 or $7.99 for 200. However, we now have an official confirmation from Nintendo that the game will see a global launch on November 22nd.
You can check out the game in action below, as well as Nintendo's original Direct announcement.