Earlier this week, Nintendo announced two optional paid subscriptions coming to Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp (Free) with details to be revealed soon. Over the near two years Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp has been out on iOS and Android, it has had many updates including collaborations with Splatoon and Sanrio for exclusive items. Nintendo’s optional paid subscription in Mario Kart Tour that costs as much as Apple Arcade seems to be doing well enough for them to try it in another game. Animal Crossing Pocket Camp Club launches this week with two plans. Watch the video showcasing the first plan below:
The Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp Happy Helper Plan lets you choose an animal to take care of your camp while you are not able to. This lets the designated caretaker animal take care of events as well. This plan also includes access to the Animal Crossing Pocket Camp Club that has its own bonuses. The Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp Cookie & Depot Plan lets players receive five fortune cookies from a members only Cookie Shop. The Pocket Camp Club membership included in both plans gives you much shorter crafting times, an exclusive journal about animals in your game, store up to 5000 items in a warehouse, and more. The pricing is $2.99 per month for the Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp Happy Helper Plan and $7.99 per month for the Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp Cookie & Depot Plan. Watch a video showcasing the more expensive plan below:
Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp is not close to the juggernauts of Dragalia Lost and Fire Emblem Heroes with revenue so I’m curious to see how the subscriptions work out for it. We will likely know in a month or so from now. Do you still play Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp regularly? Check out our forum thread for it here.