Today, the Animal Crossing Twitter page announced that Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp, DeNA’s fourth mobile game with Nintendo, will be released on Wednesday, November 22nd, 2017. This will make the perfect distraction from rowdy relatives surrounding the table on Thanksgiving or time-waster while you wait in line to snag the greatest deals on Black Friday.
— Isabelle (@animalcrossing) November 20, 2017
Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp seems to be a near-perfect bite-sized version of the town and home building life simulator we all know. As we learned from its own Nintendo Direct, Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp will give players the ability to build up a camp instead of a town, but many of the core Animal Crossing elements will still be present such as running errands for villagers, catching fish, bugs, and furnishing your own space.
Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp will be a free-to-start mobile game with in-game currency not a necessity, but used more to speed up your camp’s development in the game. With the game being released the day before Thanksgiving, it’s unclear whether or not the game will feature a Thanksgiving special event like in the standard Animal Crossing games. Stay tuned to Gaming Trend for more Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp news.