Nintendo has announced that Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp will be hitting Andoid and iOS smartphones in late November. The title appears to be similar to other games in the Animal Crossing series. In other words, your character will move to a new location, interact with the animal inhabitants, and customize their home. This is totally different though because there’s a camping theme.

A mobile version of Animal Crossing was announced in April 2016, and was originally going to be one of Nintendo’s first smartphone games that were expected to be released by March of this year. Unfortunately, they only managed to release Fire Emblem Heroes and Super Mario Run by that time.

Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp is Nintendo’s final previously announced mobile game to be released, with nothing new on the horizon. Do you think that this is the end of their foray into the mobile gaming world, or should we expect to hear something new is in the works soon?

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