The Pokemon Go on iPhone and Android phones has crazy features that you need to know for sure. The game reached to the top place in App store and Google play store within a few days from its release. Pokémon Go will now allow the game lovers to catch ‘em all in the real life.’

CEO John Hanke in a statement said that the Game developer Niantic, which spun out of Google/Alphabet in late 2015, is already thinking of what’s next in the coming weeks and months. So, this gives a clue that the new “Pokemon Go” will eventually bring some advanced gameplay mechanics to the game which can make players stick to the game for longer hours.

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“It’s like a great big scavenger hunt,” Nichols, a Kings College student who started playing Pokémon GO on her iPhone on the night it released to the App Store. “You don’t know what you’re going to run into.”

So, all that you need to know is “Pokemon Go” now allows players to become the best trainers and it also makes them experience the thrill of exploring their towns to catch the wild Pokémon and free built-in game items that help to catch them.

And the game will eventually get a best feature which allows players to trade the collected Pokemons with friends and strangers. John Hanke said, “It’s a kind of core element.” Not explaining in depth, he also said that the feature encourages players to interact in both virtual and real world.

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Well, according to reports new other features include the more ways to play with the pockestops which are marked as blue diamonds on the map and get activated when the players’ moves close. And Hanke also said that there will also be a global scoreboard for the Pokemon players. Lastly, he also mentioned that the game’s AR technology will be improved and would land on the devices like Microsoft’s HoloLens goggles. “That may be a fun thing to take advantage of,” Hanke added.


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