In July, we all will be expecting to receive the $35 worth Pokémon Go and for friends who may still be feeling lost in this discussion, the Pokémon Go is an augmented reality free-to-play mobile game that’s coming from Nintendo; the reason it’s just so special is because it lets you play games without using your Smartphone.
Nintendo announced that it will release the device on the date we shared earlier, as its having a marvelous outing at the E3 2016. Nintendo didn’t specify a launch date, but if we would be expecting it, I would just advise us all to expect it in the first or second quarter of the month.
The device is being developed by Niantic, the makers of Ingress. They worked on this in conjunction with Nintendo, the real owners of the Pokémon, and the brains behind its success. Last month, I was able to get a hands-on experience of the game, and I was able to see how the game manages to integrate that real-world feel you enjoy when playing Ingress with the fun and challenges of Pokémon.
All you just need to enjoy this game is to look through your Smartphone’s camera as the software automatically integrates the digital creatures into the environment, giving you the personal feel of playing the game.