Wallet Camp’ mobile game release time set

Pocket Camp' mobile game release date set

We knew it had been coming in late November, and now we now have a date: 11/22.

Nintendo’s following mobile game, Animal Crossing: Wallet Camp, will be out on Wednesday. The particular tweet announcing the news pegs this for release on unspecified “mobile devices, ” which probably indicates a simultaneous Android and iOS launch.

Pocket Camp rethinks Nintendo’s enduring series about creating a quiet, rural life in a small town filled with adorable talking animals. As the core ideas remain the same â€? you customize your living space, visit other living and social areas, and gather resources â€? your house base is a campsite rather than a city.

Also, in a new turn that aims to foster a lot more social play, visiting campsites plus being visited by others fortifies in-game relationships.

More virtually, the free-to-play Pocket Camp locations limitations on your progress through the use of timers and resource availability. Spending a good in-game currency called Leaf Seat tickets � which can be earned by finishing certain tasks or purchased downright with IRL cash � enables you to sidestep those constraints.

Pocket Camp follows social sim Miitomo, endless runner Super Mario Run, and â€? most recently â€? technical role-playing game Fire Emblem Heroes as Nintendo’s fourth mobile launch so far.  

A rumor come up in May of this year â€? prior to Pocket Camp was announced â€? suggesting that Nintendo’s fourth cellular game would be based on Animal Crossing, and then a fifth would be depending on The Legend of Zelda. 1 / 2 of that rumor has already come to move, so it’s looking like the Zelda online game may be next.


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