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Get ready to be very unproductive in a month's time.
Animal Crossing has announced that its first mobile game will be launching in late November.
In Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp, you're expected to build your own campsite, build new facilities and make friends along the way.
The game also offers further customisation, allowing players to change the eye, hair and skin colour of their characters, which can be either male or female.
Players can also invite friends to visit their campsite, by exchanging their in-game IDs.
Pocket Camp also has various new additions like being able to use a net while fishing, being able to customise campers and seasonal events that will be spread across the year.
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People got pretty excited at the thought of having one more mobile game to be addicted to:
Though the game is free-to-play, there are "LeafTickets" you can buy with real money, that can be used in exchange for materials or to speed up an action.
If you're really, really excited, you can pre-register here and be notified as soon as it comes out.
The game isn't available across the globe, but if your country is on this list, you're in luck.
Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp will be available on both the App Store and on Google Play.