The Poké Ball scavenger hunt in Animal Crossing Pocket Camp has officially disappeared. From now until October 23, players can search for Poker Balls, which accidentally spit Pocket Camp a new way for players to collect bells. New items are available for crafts as well.
Poké Ball Scavenger Hunt has begun! Start combining the campsite and collect Poké Balls. You can use them to make cute Eevee-themed furniture and clothes. Happy hunting campers! "
Poké Ball Scavenger Hunt has begun! Start combining the campsite and collect Poké Balls. You can use them to make cute Eevee-themed furniture and clothes. Happy hunting campers!? #PocketCamp pic .twitter.com / vezr8hxF93
̵1; Animal Crossing UK (@AC_Isabelle) October 12, 2018
When it comes to rewards to find Poké Balls, prizes remain fairly consistent. 10 get you 250 clocks, 30 sheep you get 500 watches, 50 get you 750 watches. Beyond this point, stakes become higher. 80 Poké Balls get you 1500 watches, with 100 allowing the player 1750 watches.
Making different costumes can also serve as a significant source of watches.
Craftsmanship an Eevee tee shirt – 1000 clocks  Craftsmanship an Eevee costume – 1,250 bells
Craftsmanship an Eevee carpet – 2000 bells
Craftsmanship and Eevee board – 2,250 bells
Perform a giant stuffed Eevee – 2500 watches
The t-shirt takes 10 minutes to make while the Eevee costume takes 30 minutes to complete. The carpet takes some more time in 50 minutes. The Eevee table and the costume obviously take longer to make. The table requires 80 minutes, with the costume needing 100 minutes.
Each Pocket Camp player also receives a free Eevee hood.
Happy news, all! A furry and fun gift has been sent to your mailbox. Just take a look inside and you'll find an Eevee hood waiting for you. And do not forget to hunt high and low for the Poké balls while the Poké Ball Scavenger Hunt is out. #PocketCamp pic.twitter.com/TzRRQ7gi0Q
– Isabelle (@animalcrossing) October 12, 2018
This is the first ever between Pokémon and ] Animal Crossing in Pocket Camp . It is unquestionably to promote the forthcoming Pokemon: Let's Go on Switch, hoping to see a large part of the audience come from the massive mobile market Niantic and Nintendo have supported with Pokemon GO.
Have you found any Poké balls yet? Be sure to update us on what you do within the event!
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