Pokémon GO just got a huge AR update exclusively for iPhone and iPad sometime soon, according to Niantic Labs, the game's developer. The new AR+ feature makes good use of Apple's new ARKit, which was announced earlier this year. This is going to give your Pokémon a whole new look. Here's what you can expect from AR+.
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Halloween is certainly one of our favorite times for mobile game updates. Many popular titles celebrate this spooky season with fun festivities that can stretch from one week to even the whole month. As we draw closer and closer to Halloween, we'll clue you in on the best Halloween updates on the App Store. Here are four of the best thus far.
Raikou's the first legendary dog to wander into North America for Pokémon GO players. A member of the legendary dog trio (Raikou, Suicune and Entei) of Pokémon Gold and Silver, these powerful canines are some of the toughest legendary Pokémon to catch, and it seems like they're maintaining that reputation in Pokémon GO.
You only have until September 30 to catch yourself a Raikou before it heads off to far away lands, and catching him won't be an easy task. However, there are a few tricks you can do to turn the odds in your favor.
Oof. Pokémon GO Fest Chicago was pretty much a fiasco, huh? Niantic is feeling the heat from fans for their first big event that ultimately ended in failure. So much so that they've released a much longer apology that gives a full run down of everything that went wrong and how Niantic plans to do better.
Oh, and we also learned when the rest of the legendary Pokémon will be making an appearance. Onward!
Pokémon Go Fest may have been a bit of a disaster, with Niantic offering fans full refunds and $100 worth of in-game curency to apologize for the failed event, but that hasn't ruined trainers' chances of catching new legendary Pokémon. Lugia nad Articuno are now out in the wild, regardless of the weekend's shenanigans.
You'll get your first chance to nab a legendary Pokémon in Pokémon GO this weekend. As players gather in Chicago's Grant Park on Saturday, they'll get the chance to spawn the first legendary Pokémon. Trainers will have to capture enough Pokémon during the festival's Challenge Windows to trigger the event, but people world-wide can chip in to help the folks in Chicago. That won't be the last time players get a chance to catch an elusive legendary, though.
Niantic has some pretty big plans for Pokémon GO fans this year, kicking off with Pokémon GO Fest Chicago next week. Today the company revealed more details on the upcoming events taking place this year both within the U.S. and the world at large.
Believe it or not, Pokémon GO's first birthday has rolled around already, and what a year it's been. Niantic kicked off its anniversary celebrations in June, but now the company's celebrating the official date from now until June 24th with a bunch of new festivities.
If you were hoping to conquer any gyms today in Pokémon GO you're in for a bit of disappointment. Niantic has closed gyms in the game to prepare for a huge upcoming update that is going to complete change Pokémon GO's competitive elements. The update is gradually rolling out over the course of the next few weeks. Here's what you can expect.
Believe it or not, Pokémon GO launched nearly a year ago, setting the mobile gaming world on fire. Niantic's gearing up to celebrate Pokémon GO's one-year anniversary alongside 750 million global downloads with the new Solstice Event.
The long-awaited legendary Pokémon may soon be coming to Pokémon GO at long last. Data miners have already discovered that the legendary birds, Articuno, Moltres, and Zapdos are already in the game, it’s just a matter of time.
Pokémon GOis celebrating its continued success with Adventure Week, set to begin at 1:00 P.M. PDT on May 18 and run until 1:00 P.M. PDT on May 25. Niantic Labs revealed that the collective& Pokémon GO playerbase has logged over 15.8 billion kilometers. That's a crazy number, so clearly it's time to celebrate.
Niantic Labs still has big plans for Pokémon GO, partnering with the Knight Foundation to put together a number of community events that will encourage players to explore their cities.
As we move full-speed ahead into May, it's safe to say that spring has thoroughly sprung, and Pokémon GO is all set to celebrate. Starting this afternoon until May 8, trainers will be able to find Grass-type Pokémon at higher rates, according to Professor Willow, and folks are encouraged to catch as many as they possibly can.
Pokémon GO is joining in on the timely spate of spring-themed festivities cropping up across the mobile gaming landscape this week. The Pokémon GO Eggstravaganza starts this afternoon at 1 P.M. PDT and runs until 1 P.M. PTD on April 20.