Go Catch ‘Em All – Pokémon GO Released!




/ 4 years ago

Go Catch 'Em All - Pokémon GO Released!

When you think of Pokémon, you think about the little console you held in your hands that would bring you to the world where little monsters are trained and battle to turn you into a Pokémon master. That world is about to come to life as Pokémon GO has now gone live in several countries.

Pokémon GO will bring Pokémon to the real world in an augmented reality game for both iOS and Android users. The game itself is free but be careful as there are microtransactions hidden within costing $0.99 all the way up to $99.99. Using the wearable you can avoid bringing out your phone altogether, meaning that the game can be played at the press of a button catching everything from Charmander’s to legendary Pokémon.

The release date for Pokémon GO has been quiet for some time, with the public beta ending on the 30th June we weren’t entirely sure when the game would release. The game is available now on the play store for Android users and the app store for iOS users for many but if it’s not available in your country yet it’s been recommended that you “please wait for a while” meaning that you may have to wait to Pokémon game.


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