But what is Nintendo going to tell us? Our villager-turned-camper will attract friends (animal and human, alike) by decking out their camps with the most sought-after furniture and supplies.
This was also not the first delay in the launch of this mobile game, initially set to launch back in 2016. But they’ve still got a mortgage to pay off, although instead of owing Tom Nook, they’ll owe thousands of bells to a trio of penguin brothers.
But it’s not all familiar; Pocket Camp introduces a few changes as well. You can also use Leaf Tickets to speed up the building of camp amenities like a swimming pool. You can even add new locations to your campsite like a pool that was seen in the Direct.
Make friends with adorable animal villagers and have fun creating a world of your own in the Animal Crossing series. It has since spawned many spin-offs on various Nintendo platforms such as the Gameboy, Wii, and Nintendo 3DS. Leaf Tickets are the premium currency, and allow you to skip basically anything in game (like any free to play game). Fish can be used as crafting materials as well.
Fan responses are split between those folks who are grateful for any chance to see sinister mortgage mammal Tom Nook again, while others are anxious what part microtransactions will play in the game. Other player’s avatars can show up in your camp site. Fire Emblem Heroes was downloaded 11.7 million times and earned $114.9 million dollars across both Apple and Android products as of July 2017 according to research by SensorTower. And regular content updates will roll out afterward-which you can assume will include some kind Christmas/holiday content.