Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp Will Be Available Later This Week

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You'll also be able to use crafting items to put in orders and get furniture and other decorations to really make your camp your own.

As usual, it's a free-to-play instalment from an existing series, but this time round we're getting numerous hallmarks from the Animal Crossing franchise.

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Although Nintendo's latest mobile game, Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp, has already soft-launched in some regions, it is not yet available worldwide. Australia and New Zealand got the games a few weeks ago. Because it's been out in Australia for nearly a month, we already kind of know what it looks like: Animal Crossing, but you live in a campsite instead of a town. Now, finally, Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp has a global release date. In Pocket Camp, you're the manager of a campsite that, when you first arrive, is sparsely appointed and bereft of visitors.

If you're not familiar with Nintendo's long-running Animal Crossing franchise, it's basically a sim game where you control a human character living in a village inhabited exclusively anthropomorphic animals. Because it's a mobile phone game, there are microtransactions to consider: these take the form of Leaf Tickets, which you can earn by playing the game or purchase with real-world cash.

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