Three updates for Pokémon Go in 2017

Niantic is the company responsible for developing the game Pokémon Go—the most loved game today. Pokémon Go is one of the top games on the App Store charts. Aren’t all the game lovers excited for the moment at which company comes up with a new idea? Here’s, what John Hanke, the CEO of Niantic, has got for all the gaming freaks the most amazing updates which cannot help you stop yourself from playing the game. It is the company’s highly successful augmented reality game.

At the Mobile World Congress 2017 in Barcelona, the company’s CEO has revealed three updates that the users have been craving for and are likely to be added to the game for making it even for fun while playing. Though there was a time when the company had trembled after the bug and superfluous gameplay was reported, it still is expected to score high in the gaming chart. In order to attract more game lovers, the company has planned to launch live events and also new customized array for the trainers.

If the rumors are to be believed the company plans of updating the game includes a feature such as the player-versus-player battle in the game. A new third generation of the Pokémon Go can be expected to be launched by the end of 2017. The other rumor going around is the inclusion of the real-time weather system, for instance rainy, overcast, or sunny weather during the gameplay. The third update likely to be summed is the addition of the time, that is, day or night when the game is being played and this is expected to affect the type of Pokémon you will get. Niantic will also include trading demand of the game lovers maybe in the later generation of the game.

Looking at the data such as 650 million downloads, walking about 5.4 billion miles in order to catch Pokémon, and certain PokéStop locations receiving 500 million visits have all value-added to the game’s boom in the gaming market. Hence, the rumors cannot be just ignored because as it is said: “where there’s smoke, there’s fire.”

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