In an interview with IGN at E3 2019, Nintendo’s Aya Kyogoku explained New Horizons and Pocket Camp were two unique games. In saying this, there's still expected to be "collaboration items" planned for the two games. “We want to make sure to separate the gameplay because we feel they’re two different types of games."
As someone who has played Pocket Camp everyone now and then and does enjoy the game, I am not necessarily mad. They are separate games/experiences and Im glad everyone will start fresh on the switch. Just wanted to share this confirmation with everyone else
I really didn't like Pocket Camp so I'm glad they're not tying it in. I wouldn't mind giving players some sort of reward starting out for making progress in pocket camp but I'm glad they're not too connected. Pocket camp was an interesting idea and hopefully drew people into Animal Crossing but it was so far away from a main game.
Let's go Gophers! Ski-U-Mah!
Sorry, I don't accept random FCRs.
I only played the app when it first came out to see what it was about, spent a few hours on it but within a month or so stopped, so not having it connect to my switch wouldn't be a issue for me as ive stopped using it long ago.
I don't mind if they have some items that tie in, but I really hope there aren't major features that you have to play Pocket Camp to access. I'm already not liking how much Nintendo seems to be tying all the new Pokemon stuff coming out to Pokemon Go. I really don't want to see that happening with Animal Crossing. I don't do mobile games.
As someone who has played pocket camp daily since its American launch, I’m glad that the games won’t be connected. I love the idea of starting fresh in a brand new animal crossing game, there is something so nice about it. I’d like to keep pocket camp and ACNH separate.
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Pocket Camp became so frustrating to play, I didn’t like how you can’t buy all the NPC leaf ticket items anymore without paying since the stretch goal rewards went from around x20 leaf tickets to x3 (leaving you with hardly any to spare). The endless events were repetitive and not fun. Leaf tickets were overpriced too, A single digital furniture shouldn’t cost $15. Events became more tedious (butterfly events had added goals, gyroid events required 600 for one item plus the leaf ticket craftables for these events on top of the NPC items would cost serious $$) the last fishing event I played also had an unbeatable goal but it’s not a big deal. Still very boring to play though.
I quit the game on the day of e3 because of the New Horizons release date. I wasn’t going to put up with this for another year. Not me. Nah uh. Nope. I only continued because there was light at the end of the tunnel (2019 release) I’m so glad the games won’t be connected but I expect that to change, and even if it does I don’t care anymore.