There has been some amazing news for Pokémon fans as Nintendo announced a new mobile game app. “Pokémon Go” uses augmented reality and geographic location to allow users to capture Pokémon in the real world. Users can also battle other players, trade with others and even participate in raids against other Pokémon.
While Pokemon Go, will be free to play, there’ll also be an optional device called Pokemon Go Plus, a wristwatch like device that will connect to your phone via Bluetooth and notify you of nearby Pokemon.. You can wear the device either clipped to your clothing or attached to your wrist as a bracelet. The small device will notify players when any critter is nearby with LED lights and a light rumble.
“Pokémon Go” is free to play with in-app purchases and will be available for iOS and Android devices sometime in 2016. Check out the release trailer below. Will you be picking up this app? What do you think of it? Do you think it will make as big of an impact as Fallout Shelter had? Let us know in the comments!