Update: Nintendo has rolled out a two-tier subscription service for Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp.
As part of the new Pocket Camp Club plan, players can sign up to either of the subscriptions to receive various rewards, with a one month free trial available.
The Happy Helper add-on costs $2.99 per month and appoints an Animal Crossing resident to look after your camp, complete requests and collect items, alongside being given 60 Leaf Tickets per month.
Moving to the second tier, the Cookie and Depot Plan comes in at $7.99 per month offering players five fortune cookies (containing items) as well as access to a storage unit for up to 5000 pieces of furniture and clothes.
Signing up to either plan will reduce the time of crafting and allow players to explore the Pocket Camp Club Journal tool, which showcases any new items entering the game.
Original Story: Nintendo will bring a subscription service to Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp.
It is said to be launching on November 21st.
“With the second anniversary of the Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp game right around the corner, we have a big announcement to make,” said the update.
“We’re rolling out a new paid membership service, Pocket Camp Club, on 21/11/19.”
Choose your plan
There will be two different plans to choose from, firstly, you can get an animal helper to aid you in camp. Or, you can choose “to receive fortune cookies and store your furniture and clothing items in warehouses.”
On November 20th, the company will provide further details in the form of videos.
As of September 2018, the game has grossed $50 million worldwide.
Additional reporting by Matthew Forde