Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp is a game all about having the latest, greatest furniture and amenities, and that requires a steady flow of cash and crafting materials. Looking at the vast number of furniture pieces available for you to make, it can all be quite overwhelming.
You shouldn't dread building your dream campsite, though. We have a few helpful tips that will keep you swimming in cash and crafting materials, so you can create anything you could possibly desire in the newest Animal Crossing adventure.
Finish every request
Requests are at the core of everything you do in Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp. Try to complete every request on the map and back at your campsite. You'll earn generous amounts of bells, along with those oh so valuable crafting materials.
As you get further in the game, it might be tempting to skip out on some requests, but we recommend that you do as many as you can stand to keep your cash and material flow up.
Keep a steady supply of quest items on hand
Even if you don't have many quests to fulfill, it's a good idea to collect whatever's available to you to keep up a good stock of items you'll need for completing said requests. It's especially valuable to have beetles and fish on hand, as those are the least predictable when it comes to hunting them down.
Learn how to manage your inventory
Inventory management can be a challenge in this game, especially early on, but there are a few tricks to keep you from becoming overburdened. If your inventory is close to full, you can still shake trees, for example, and leave the fruit on the ground until the next batch comes in. This will keep the timers going without adding extra items to your bag.
Stacked items also count as a slot in your inventory. So, for example, if you need to make room in your bag and you have 16 pears, you can sell 6 of those pears and you'll have room for a few more items. Alternatively, you can add some extra items to your market boxes to help out your friends and other passersby.
Work on your friendships
You can make 1000 bells just for leveling up one of your friendships. Even after you invite an animal to your campsite, it's important to check in with them every day to help level up your friendship. It's also a great way to earn some rare crafting materials.
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