In Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp, you build your own camp from scratch instead of developing a town. Despite the change in setting, the elements the beloved franchise is known for are still there: Isabelle will still guide you in your journey, along with the animals that move into your camp.
You'll able to visit other camps and make friends with other players, as well as build new facilities. To build a new pool or a playground, you'll have to find crafting items and wait until they're finished. But now you can purchase those items and speed up the facilities' construction with Tom Nook's help by paying with Leaf Tickets. And that's how Nintendo intends to make money from the game.
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