Pokémon Go remains one of the most successful mobile games out there, especially for a title based on augmented reality features and gameplay.
The word Pokémon itself makes you feel nostalgic and sends chills down the spine of 90s kids. Yes, it’s just a cartoon but it was so much more than that. It was something that brought a bunch of nerdy kids together.
Pokémon GO is still a popular game for mobile devices, and it certainly has a strong following from kids that want to catch digital pocket monsters.
Niantic, the developer behind the mega-popular Pokémon GO and the upcoming Harry Potter: Wizards Unite, recently showcased how its augmented reality efforts “Real World Platform” are improving all the time.
While the augmented reality game Pokémon GO has continued to add new features, quests, and pocket monsters since its release, there are still some features that have missed out on the latest updates.
Pokémon Quest Coming to iOS Next Month, Upcoming Pokémon: Let’s Go for Nintendo Switch to Feature iOS Integration
The Pokémon Company today has released a new Pokemon game: Pokémon Quest. The game is already available as a free download for Nintendo Switch owners, with the iOS and Android version arriving in late June.
Pokémon GO is still one of the most popular games out there, letting players use augmented reality to catch digital pocket monsters while they navigate the real world.
Niantic has been launching a lot of events lately for its augmented reality-based mobile game Pokémon GO, and that trend continues.
While Pokémon GO might not be working out to the huge crowds it used to at launch, there are still plenty of people who still play the game all over the world.
Right now, Pokémon GO is hosting a new Extravaganza event, which sees even more eggs popping up in the title, as well as other bonuses.