Nintendo will be removing both Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp and Fire Emblem Heroes from Belgian mobile stores by the end of August. In a Tweet from Nintendo of Belgium, the company stated, “Due to the current unclear situation in Belgium regarding certain revenue models of games, the service for Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp and Fire Emblem Heroes will be stopped in Belgium on 27 August 2020.”
In a Players who still have Orbs and/or Leaf Tickets in their account can continue to use them until the service ends. In addition, future Nintendo games with similar earnings models will no longer be released in Belgium. We would like to thank all players in Belgium for playing Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp and Fire Emblem Heroes.“ , Nintendo added, “
The current situation Nintendo is referring to has to do with last year. This declaration has resulted in , , and removing microtransactions from its games in the region, something that Nintendo is now getting around to. Instead of simply removing the options, though, it seems Nintendo has opted for a more nuclear approach.