Many mobile games during this time often connect to the main release, which are usually available on more advanced hardware. For example, we see the Pokémon Company that encourages compatibility between Pokémon GO and Pokémon: Let's Go at the Nintendo Switch in recent times.
Animal Crossing: New Horizons – since 2020 – is a completely standalone experience. While it's hard to tell if there will be any support applications available for this game at this point in time, what we can confirm now is that the new sim in lifestyle will not have a direct connection to the previous 2017 mobile title , Reaching the Beast: Pocket Camp .
In an interview with IGN at E3 2019, Aya Kyogoku of Nintendo explained that the two New Games and Pocket Camp are two unique games. In saying this, it is still expected to be "partnerships" planned for two games.
"We want to make sure to separate the gameplay because we feel that it's two different types of games."
this means that fans of the series are safe from any mobile elements, with a habit that suck lives out of several video game series.
It is noteworthy, the only mobile connection we should expect to see in New Horizons is the fictional Nook Phone (see above), which is a device you will receive from the greedy Tom Nook – allowing to you to access different apps (menus) within the game then let you browse the tools or tools you want to craft, use your phone's camera and more .
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