Do you like Pokémon? If the answer is yes, you will surely like to know that, it seems, the first images of Pokémon Go, an augmented reality Pokémon game that is being developed by Niantic Labs. The video you can see below could have been recorded last 19 in the talk that John Hanke, CEO of the company, offered at the SXSW 2016 event.
What you see in the video seems to be Hanke himself trying to capture an Ivysaur with a Poke Ball. The CEO of Niantic Labs doesn't seem very good, so he has to use a Master Ball to capture the Pokémon, something that shouldn't be necessary. But, logically, in a demo You don't have to show player skills, but how the game is more or less. You have the video below.
Are these the first images of Pokémon Go?
We must recognize that Pokémon Go looks good. Watching the video is inevitable to think about the smallest of the family and how well they would spend playing a title like this. I know of one who asks me to put videos of Pokémon, so this game could be a good gift for that little boy.
As always, nothing is confirmed until it is officially presented, so we have to maintain our skepticism until that time comes. There is always the possibility that the previous video is a fake, but the moment it appears and that it is running on an Android device (taking into account that Niantic Labs was a Google startup), much would have worked the fake to have it ready in such a short time. The game launch will be in sometime in 2016. Are you fans of Pokémon and want to officially launch the augmented reality game Pokémon Go?
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