The paid features will let you, “appoint one lucky animal as your camp caretaker and get some extra help around the campsite” and “receive fortune cookies and store your furniture and clothing items in warehouses.”
Two of Nintendo’s top mobile titles will vanish from the App Store on August 27. Well, in Belgium at least.
Animal Crossing and Fire Emblem Heroes have been big cash generators for Nintendo since launching on iOS. Unlike previous Nintendo titles like Super Mario Run, both these games rely on a freemium business model. And, in Belgium at least, they’re being punished for it.
Dragalia Lost, the latest mobile game from Nintendo, has been killing it during its first two weeks of availability — despite being available only in a handful of markets.
New data reveals the action RPG pulled in an estimated $3.5 million during the first five days alone, making it more successful than the beloved Animal Crossing: Fire Camp. More than half of its players are on iOS.
Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp is getting a new fishing tournament and “special new fish” you couldn’t catch before. The next update will also bring more villagers, and Leif, the beloved sloth who runs the Gardening Store.
Animal Crossing made the leap to mobile last week, and it’s proving to be another smash hit for Nintendo.
Pocket Camp attracted 15 million downloads across Android and iOS during its first six days of availability, according to the latest estimates. That’s more than double the number of downloads achieved by Fire Emblem Heroes over the same time.
Nintendo is bringing another one of its beloved game franchises to mobile. Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp lands on Android and iOS in late November. Enjoy a 13-minute preview of the game in the video below.