Animal Crossing Nintendo Direct Announced - But There's No Switch Info

Animal Crossing Mobile Will Finally Be Revealed This Week Shannon Grixti

Animal Crossing Mobile Will Finally Be Revealed This Week Shannon Grixti

Nintendo is finally going to reveal the first details for its third, and perhaps most anticipated, mobile game yet.

Nintendo's site says that news on Animal Crossing for Nintendo Switch or Nintendo 3DS will not be announced, nor will they cover any other mobile games other than the reveal of Animal Crossing for phones.

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Nintendo first announced a plan to bring a mobile version of Animal Crossing and Fire Emblem early previous year. The disclaimer is likely to not get anyone's hopes up too high for a surprise announcement about other Animal Crossing titles that may or may not be in the works.

Animal Crossing was first announced for mobile alongside several other Nintendo franchises a year ago. We'll be sure to bring you all the mobile Animal Crossing news that springs up from the Direct, but make sure to keep an eye out for it at the official Nintendo landing page so you can see it all unfold. Let us know in the comments section below.

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In case you are unfamiliar with the franchise, the previous Animal Crossing games for Nintendo's consoles are community simulation titles, where the human character lives in a village surrounded by cute animals.

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