While Nintendo claimed that they have changed their marketplaces to stop players from spending too much money, they have again launched membership plans for one more game. Now, Nintendo has made Animal Crossing a subscription-based game.
First, they launched Mario kart tour, with some subscription plans and now they have made this two years old game the same. The kart racing game came out a few months ago and was a massive success for Nintendo. It seems these subscription plans must have been profitable, that’s why the company has made another game paid.
Nintendo has detailed not one but two upcoming subscription services for Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp. The first Pocket Camp Club plan is the Happy Helper Plan, which costs $2.99 / £2.99 per month and is available as a one-month free trial. This plan will provide the player an assistant. Players can choose an assistant from the list of animals. They will offer help by automatically fulfilling animal requests, and they can also help with events by collecting items
The second plan is called the Cookie and Depot Plan, which will be available sometime today for $7.99 a month. This plan will grant access to the member’s only Cookie Shop. Players can choose Five cookie boxes every month. the players may even have the chance to open Cookies that are out of stock. Players who have subscribed will also receive unlimited storage.