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Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp Collab Event Added More Items and Invites New Villagers

As a part of a collaboration occasion, Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp can be including extra objects for gamers to seize without cost. With the discharge of Animal Crossing: New Horizons, Pocket Camp distributed objects to gamers who logged in till March 19, 2020. Additionally, eight new villagers have been added to the cellular recreation. But don’t fear, as the subsequent half runs till April 2020. [Thanks, Famitsu!]

The first part of this collaboration event started on March 12, 2020 and ended on March 19, 2020. During that interval, you possibly can nab your self numerous objects like Nook Inc. aloha print shirts and leaf tickets. The second a part of the occasion is now underway. From March 20, 2020 to April 2, 2020 onward, gamers can obtain objects like Tom Nook’s workplace desk. Other rewards may also be distributed at the moment. So if you’re low on Leaf Tickets, now is an effective time to log in and reap the rewards.

As talked about above, eight villagers from New Horizons have been added as additions to recruit to your campsite. Raymond, Reneigh, and others now be a part of the listing of animal associates you’ll be able to work together with and ultimately invite to both your campsite or cabin.

Fans can even obtain objects from Pocket Camp in New Horizons. The most up-to-date Nintendo Direct broke down how players can receive these items. All you will want to do is hyperlink your cellular recreation to the identical Nintendo Account in your console. We broke down how to try this here.

Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp is accessible for Android and Apple iOS units. Animal Crossing: New Horizons is now obtainable for the Nintendo Switch.

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