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Animal Crossing Pocket Camp Terrain Customization

The recent Pocket Camp datamine revealed some upcoming events, like the Pocket Camp Giant Spring Flower event. There were also some hints to a new feature, that would let players customize the campsites terrain. Bluesun Pocket Camps most famous dataminer has now revealed some more information on how the Pocket Camp terrain customization works.


Players will be able to change the foreground, middle part, and even the background of their campsite. Most importantly players will be able to remove the wooden panels all together. Allowing for a total natural look. There will also be an option to change the sky, the trees, and overall setting of your campsite. You will even be able to put Christmas lights on the trees! This update will bring Animal Crossing Pocket Camp a lot closer the kinda experience Animal Crossing fans are used to. Check out some of the upcoming Pocket Camp terrain Customization options below.

The update including the Terrain customization will be released in the very near future. Nintendo just hinted at the next event. The Animal Crossing Pocket Camp Giant Flower Spring Event will most likely start after the current Crystal Event ends on February 22nd. If you are curios about the next event, check out the teaser right here.

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Update: The feature is now live, check out it here.


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Cool. I’ve always wanted terrain customization, but the closer it got to being a possibility, the more concerned I was that they meant ‘Minecraft style’, which wouldn’t be what I wanted at all. This is not what I thought either, but it’s neat.

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