Niantic, the developer behind the popular augmented reality game Pokémon GO has always had a focus on community, as well it should considering its players need to go out in the real world to catch the digital pocket monsters.
If you have an older iPhone, say an iPhone 5 or an iPhone 5c, and have been enjoying playing Pokémon GO, that time is creeping to an end.
Augmented Reality (AR) saw its first big grab at the public consciousness with the launch of Pokémon GO, but the developer behind the popular game was only chipping away at the tip of the iceberg in terms of features and playability.
Pokémon GO has been adding pocket monsters on a semi-regular basis, along with plenty of in-game events to keep things interesting for fans of the augmented reality game.
Another holiday is fast approaching, so Pokémon GO players have another event to look forward to.
Legendary pocket monsters have been making their way into the popular augmented reality game, Pokémon GO, for quite some time now. And now the roster is getting bigger.
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.