Back on Sunday, Nintendo officially announced that the long-awaited release of Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp will take place very soon. More precisely, the release was scheduled for November 22, but for some unknown reason the game became available in App Store and Google Play on Tuesday – that is, a day earlier.
The goal of the game is to equip and decorate a camp for all kinds of animals. With the help of a huge amount of furniture and other elements, you can decorate the camp in any style. As in other games in the series, you can play with your friends, help them and receive in-game currency for this – Bells. You can use it to buy camp improvements, new clothes for your character, or create furniture.
Although the game was just out, early adopters did not report any server issues like they did when Pokémon Go launched. Download Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp on iOS using this link. It is distributed free of charge, but there are in-app purchases.