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Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp

Responding quickly to their own tease from yesterday, Nintendo has unveiled the five new villagers that have joined Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp. Lucky, Kiki, Rodeo, Anicotti, and Diva have all made an appearance in-game.

As always, each character comes with their own items. This includes a creepy clock for Lucky, a lucky black cat for Kiki, a forklift for Rodeo, a neon sign for Anicotti, and a circle rug for Diva. 

Nintendo has shared an image teasing the next wave of villagers for Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp. As usual, the characters have been shown with silhouettes.

Look for the new villagers to be added sometime this coming week. When they’re live, we’ll be sure to let you know.

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The latest Pocket Camp event is now playable, and it’s a big one. The Pokemon Scavenger Event lets you gather scattered Poke Balls across your area. Once you have enough you can craft Eevee items. An Eevee hood was also sent to players as a gift. You can find more information in the Pocket Camp app.

UPDATE: Here are some pictures of prizes and other aspects of the event courtesy of Serebii.net.

Today, Nintendo issued a new update for Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp. Users on both iOS and Android can now access version 1.9.0.

The new update adds in features and adjustments, including a Sky Viewing Mode. Find the full details about the patch below.

A crossover event with Pokemon is starting tomorrow in Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp. The Poké Ball Scavenger Hunt has you looking for Poké Balls all over the map. Finding them will get you special Eevee-themed items. There will also be a special set of Timed Goals that offer more rewards.

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In celebration of Halloween, candy-loving character Jack pops up if you craft a puppet theater for him and place it in your campsite. The event runs from now until December 7. Check out the Pocket Camp app for more details.

The second half of Jack’s Halloween Hunt gives you the opportunity to find new flowers and help Jack collect special creatures in order to earn even more rewards. Here’s a full description of the event courtesy of Perfectly Nintendo.

As teased in the past few days, the latest garden event for Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp went live today. It’s called Jack’s Halloween Hunt, and it runs until October 9th (with the event divided in two parts, the second one beginning on October 2nd).

Here’s what the event is all about: Jack has come to your campsite in search of a rare type of creatures: rare bats. To help him, you need to grow flowers that can attract them. Of course, you will be rewarded for doing so: by completing the tasks set by Jack, you can earn some special pieces of furniture and more. You can even view an extra special ending if you complete all the tasks!

There’s also a set of hard tasks, that you can tackle once you’re done with those from the first and second half. As the name implies, they’re harder than regular tasks, but they’re totally worth it: they allow you to get recoloured versions of the furniture and clothes you can get from the regular tasks. Unfortunately, they do not unlock a special cutscene when they have all been completed, and the rewards are not displayed in the Catalog.

Don’t forget to check the set of Timed Goals that went live alongside the event: you will find details about them on this page! Also, 2 Halloween Packs are now available from the store (they include bonus flower food), and you can find details about them on the same page.

More information is available in the Pocket Camp app.

The latest Pocket Camp event is here, and it gives you the chance to find rare bats and win rewards like the new trick-or-treat dress. Here’s a nice description of the event courtesy of Perfectly Nintendo.

Here’s what the event is all about: Jack has come to your campsite in search of a rare type of creatures: rare bats. To help him, you need to grow flowers that can attract them. Of course, you will be rewarded for doing so: by completing the tasks set by Jack, you can earn some special pieces of furniture and more. You can even view an extra special ending if you complete all the tasks!

There’s also a set of hard tasks, that you can tackle once you’re done with those from the first and second half. As the name implies, they’re harder than regular tasks, but they’re totally worth it: they allow you to get recoloured versions of the furniture and clothes you can get from the regular tasks. Unfortunately, they do not unlock a special cutscene when they have all been completed, and the rewards are not displayed in the Catalog.

Don’t forget to check the set of Timed Goals that went live alongside the event: you will find details about them on this page! Also, 2 Halloween Packs are now available from the store (they include bonus flower food), and you can find details about them on the same page.

You can find many more details about the event on the Pocket Camp app.

A new Halloween-themed event will be starting tomorrow in Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp. It seems like you’ll be able to obtain lots of Halloween-style furniture and clothing.

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The latest update for Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp is now available. Here’s the description for the Version 1.8 update:

  • Increased inventory size for clothing and furniture
  • Added list of users who helped get you into Shovelstrike Quarry
  • Adjusted on-screen display
  • Implemented other bug fixes

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