Paid subscription plans headed to Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp | Nintendo Wire

At least two paid subscription services will be launching in Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp, with both dubbed the “Pocket Camp Club.”

The news was announced via an in-game alert, with more information said to be coming in videos on November 20th, 2019.

“In one plan, you’ll be able to appoint one lucky animal as your camp caretaker and get some extra help around the campsite,” the bulletin reads.

The other plan, the bulletin says, will allow players “to receive fortune cookies and store furniture and clothing items in warehouses.”

No news on pricing was made known yet.

The announcement comes at the heels of fellow Nintendo mobile game Mario Kart Tour’s “Gold Pass” subscription service, which provides additional benefits for players at a cost of $4.99 USD a month.

What’re your thoughts on the planned “Pocket Camp Club” plans? Let us know in the comments!

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  1. Jenn says:

    I’ve been playing this game on and off since it came out, and honestly it is getting so boring. It’s the same crap over and over again. Every once in a while they add something worthwhile and I get into it for a short period of time. Nintendo has a habit with apps of releasing things and then updating too little, too late. Now, they’re doing this piss poor subscription cash grabs.

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  2. Blathers says:

    Uninstalled a couple of days ago after playing this game like a job since launch. Hadn’t even heard about this announcement.
    If I was to rationalize my decision to uninstall beyond “oh no how many hours of my life have I spent doing these always-the-same limited time events for furniture I almost never put in my campsite/camper/cabin because the placing interface does not delight me,” I would say I don’t really feel effort matches reward. Heck, maybe I’m just tired of scrambling for hundreds and hundreds of gyroids/mushrooms/whatever during the scavenger hunts.

    I’m super stoked that the addition of darker skin tones in this game seems to have continued in New Horizons. My friend didn’t really feel great about being unable to be her skin color in City Folk. Never got a 3DS, so I dunno if it was an option in New Leaf. Thanks for two years (or so) of play.

    If this sounds like a review, that’s because I decided to leave this on the Play Store after I’d been typing for a minute. Appreciate the article, Google Chrome Home Screen and Mr. Dell-Cornejo.

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  3. michelle says:

    🙄😳 the price exempts a lot of people. sadly, it was one of the few games that was enjoyable for everyone with an option to pay or not . now some are just excluded completely.
    there should be a future option to travel from each of my animal crossing and pocket camp versions to the other in my opinion

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