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Tuesday, 31 January 2017

Nintendo delays launching of Animal Crossing for iOS

More and more users are enjoying the games on their smartphone or tablet, so it's no wonder that Nintendo is working hard to make a dent in the world of mobile games . After the great commotion formed by the expected Super Mario Run, which will no longer be exclusive to iOS in a very short time , has come to light information that ensures that Nintendo delays the release of Animal Crossing version for iOS devices.

It has been the Japanese company itself that has recently announced the delay in launching the mobile version of the game Animal Crossing . At first, its arrival on iOS devices was expected to take place at the end of March, but apparently it will be necessary to wait until the next fiscal year.

Nintendo has said that the expected version of Animal Crossing for iOS will take a little longer to arrive and will not launch until the next fiscal year , which runs from April 2017 until March 2018. That yes, Nintendo has not specified when Of that new fiscal year will arrive Animal Crossing to the App Store.

It will take a little longer to enjoy Animal Crossing in iOS

Nintendo originally planned to launch mobile games with characters from Animal Crossing and Fire Emblem last fall, but delayed their arrival so that all eyes focused on Super Mario Run, their first official iOS game. After that first postponement, new dates were announced and Fire Emblem maintains its launch in the App Store for this Thursday, although Animal Crossing will have to wait more .

News of the postponement of the arrival of Animal Crossing to the App Store came during the third press conference of Nintendo to disclose the fiscal data , in which reported that they had obtained a net profit of 64.7 billion yen (about 569 Million) and revenues of 174.3 billion yen ($ 1.5 billion). The biggest sales of games were in Pokémon Sun and Moon titles for Nintendo 3DS , which sold between the two almost 15 million copies, followed by Super Mario Maker, also for Nintendo 3DS, with more than 2 million copies sold.

As far as Super Mario Run Nintendo has not given official figures . Already known to have had millions of downloads, but do not forget that not all users have decided to shell out the nearly 10 € to unlock the complete game.

When do you think Animal Crossing will come to iOS devices? Do you think we'll have to wait much longer? Leave your opinion in the comments!

Via | MacRumors

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