Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp Ver. 1.9.0 – All you need to know (Sky Viewing Mode, Goals Display, more)

Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp

Today, out of the blue, Nintendo released a brand new Software update for Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp. It brings the game to Ver. 1.9.0, with the official patch notes to be found on this page (as usual).

This new update brings one neat feature: the Sky Viewing Mode. It does exactly what you think it does: it allows you to view the sky when you’re in your campsite. To do so, you simply need to tap the sky when you’re in your campsite. When viewing the sky, the icons at the top of the screen and the menu at the bottom are not displayed. To return to the normal view, simply tap the screen again!

Ver. 1.9.0 of Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp makes some adjustments to the way Goals are displayed. You can now choose whether you want recommended goals or you goal progress to be displayed (by choosing ON or OFF). This setting is available in More > Settings > Goals.

Also, some new icons have been added to the game, showing the progress of Special Requests in the Contacts list. Here’s the new icons used:

But that’s not all! Some more adjustments have been made to the game:

  • items are now sorted automatically by type in the Collected Items screens, and the screen where you decide which items to sell in your Market Box;
  • when selling items or craft materials, you can now increase/decrease the amount more quickly by holding the +/- icons;
  • your Player ID is now displayed on the title screen. It can be used when contacting Support.

Finally, a minor issue has been fixed: on the trading page for Tia’s rosewater cookie (in Stamp Trade), the wrong end time was displayed. The correct end time is December 2nd, not October 11th.

That’s it for this update! As usual, make sure to keep an eye on the Events and Content Updates page to keep up to date with all that’s happening in Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp!

Source: Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp


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