Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp's Pokemon crossover event has begun
A new event in the Nintendo mobile title Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp has begun, offering players a bunch of Eevee-themed items to get their hands on.
The event coincides with the future release of Pokemon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee! for the Nintendo Switch, the first mainline Pokemon title to come to Nintendo's home console. These games are a combination of core RPG titles and Pokemon Go. They'll take players back to Kanto to fight and capture the first 151 Pokemon all over again.
Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp's Poke Ball Scavenger Hunt includes an Eevee Costume for the player to put on their in-game character, a bunch of Poke Ball and Eevee-themed items and decorations, and a giant, almost terrifying, Eevee statue to put in their camp. The event goes live today and runs through Oct. 23, so campers don't have long to get their hands on the limited items.
During the event, players will need to find Poke Balls that are lying around the world, which they can then use to craft these items. There's also a sign-in award that players can work toward to get a special Eevee Hood. But players might need to spend real-world money to get some of the more illusive items.
The Poke Ball Scavenger Hunt has begun! Start combing the campsite and collecting Poke Balls. You can use them to craft adorable Eevee-themed furniture and clothing items. Happy hunting, campers! #PocketCamp pic.twitter.com/BGZrB73488
— Isabelle (@animalcrossing) October 12, 2018