Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp Is Getting Two Paid Subscription Services

Wednesday, November 20th, 2019 8:16 am

You'll soon be able to pay a monthly fee to unlock new in-game features.

Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp, the free-to-play mobile game based on the incredibly popular Animal Crossing life simulation games, will soon give players more ways to spend real money through the introduction of Pocket Camp Club.

Pocket Camp Club is the game’s new premium subscription service, which is coming soon. The service will have two different plans to choose from, though you won’t be required to subscribe to either one of them to continue playing the game.

The first plan is called the Happy Helper Plan, and it will allow you to choose one of your animal friends to be your “Camp Caretaker.” Your Camp Caretaker will help you complete animal requests, and it will also help you collect key items during the game’s limited time Scavenger Hunt, Fishing, and Gardening events. You’ll also receive 60 Leaf Tickets each month as part of this plan.

The other plan is called the Cookie & Depot Plan. This plan will let you claim five Fortune Cookies of your choice each month, and you’ll have access to cookies that aren’t currently available in the normal Fortune Cookie store. The Cookie & Depot Plan will also let you store up to 5,000 different items in a series of warehouses.

Members of both plans will receive a boost to their crafting timers, allowing items to be crafted in less time than they normally would. The official YouTube videos about these plans said “[t]he duration by which crafting times are shortened will differ depending on when you started playing Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp.”

Finally, members of both plans will receive access to the Pocket Camp Club Journal, an in-game newsletter, which will, in part, let you see new items before they’re added to the game.

The Happy Helper Plan will cost $2.99 per month, while the Cookie & Depot Plan will be priced at $7.99 per month. You can try the Happy Helper Plan for free with a one-month free trial.

It’s worth repeating that you won’t be required to subscribe to either one of these plans to continue playing the game, but they’ll be there if you’re willing to spend real money to unlock additional in-game features.

What do you think about these premium subscription plans in Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp? Let us know in the comments, or tweet us @superparenthq.

Brandy Berthelson

Brandy Berthelson has been writing about video games and technology since 2006, with her work appearing on sites including AOL Games, Digital Spy, and Adweek. When she’s not gaming, Brandy enjoys crafting, baking, and traveling with her husband.

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