Raids are a relatively new addition to the popular augmented reality game, Pokémon GO, and legendary pocket monsters are even newer. So why not find new ways to combine the two.
Right now, Niantic is celebrating the first birthday of its remarkably popular augmented reality game, Pokémon GO, which means adding a lot of new content.
The most recent update to the popular augmented reality-based game, Pokémon GO, added the oft-requested Raids and big changes to Gyms.
Niantic and The Pokemon Company today announced the biggest ever update to Pokémon Go. The update will see the Poké Gyms being completely revamped to offer a new gameplay experience.
With the popular game Pokémon GO enriching on its first birthday, developer Niantic is preparing to celebrate in two big ways.
Another month, another event inside the popular augmented reality-based game, Pokémon GO.
The developers behind the popular mobile augmented reality game Pokémon GO, Niantic, are big fans of limited time engagements within their title.
One of the ways that Niantic, the developer behind the popular augmented reality-based game Pokémon GO, tries to keep things exciting is through limited-time events.
A new update to Pokémon Go coming later this week will add over 80 new Pokémon to the game. This will include a variety of Pokémon that were found in the Johto region in the Generation II Gold and Silver video games of the franchise.
In an interview with Vice, founder and CEO of Niantic, John Hanke, the company that developed Pokémon Go, has revealed that the game will be getting co-operative trading and real-time player battles through future updates. These two are among the most requested features from regular players of the game, so it is nice to see Niantic paying attention to what the players actually want.