It was going to be something different in the end, but in the end, Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp launched on Android in November 2017 and it didn't take long to be one of Nintendo's biggest successes focused on mobile gaming development.
So much so, that it was one of the most lucrative Nintendo games of all of 2018, surpassed even the most popular Super Run Run, and stayed close to reaching the famous Dragalia Lost in terms of revenue.
Since then almost three years have passed, but still, when Crossing animals is on everyone's lips the upcoming release of its version of the Nintendo switch, Pocket Camp is still one of those important games that everyone who loves the saga should have it on the home screen of their mobile. And if you haven't, I'm afraid you have more than one reason
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From its inception, the game was praised for that well he had found the core of the Nintendo DS versions was introduced a few years ago: in it, we have the opportunity to live a visible second life where you can build our home, make friends and collect various things, in a small, peaceful and very sweet little world.
And it is one of the main reasons for the success of this saga. Mid-2020, when action-packed titles, such as Call of Duty: Mobile, Fortnite, or that inspires us to compete with other players such as the battle between Pokémon GO trainers **, the presence of Animal Crossing-style game: Pocket Camp is more important than ever: a game where relax, captivated by its beautiful details and surprises, and where you can live by working collaboratively with other players, instead of competing with them.
In addition, even though its launch took place three years ago, Nintendo continues to innovate to cross Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp on a regular basis
For that reason, and for many other reasons, you should give Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp a chance if you haven't already done so. Keep in mind that the game can be download completely free.
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