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At long last Legendary Pokémon are being released from their digital holding tanks and let loose upon the world. Following the disappointing technical issues...
Pokémon Go! recently received it's biggest content update since it's launch, July 2016, adding 80 new pokémon to the game, along with a whole host of other changes. But just what is different?
Niantic teased trainers the world over with hints at a massive news announcement coming today (Dec 12). Fans eagerly awaited the new information with bated breath. Would it be the launch of Generation 2 Pokémon? Perhaps the reveal of the Legendary Bird trio? Mew or Mewtwo being sighted near city landmarks perhaps?
Niantic Labs has revealed that Pokémon Go's Dortmund Safari Zone and equator-exclusive Pokémon Corsola can now be found in the wild throughout Europe, and fans...
Niantic Labs is preparing for the Pokémon Go Summer Tour which will feature another Pokémon Go Fest and a handful of Pokémon Go Safari events across the world.
Pokémon GO exploded onto the scene and took the world by storm. Since then however things have died out as the only real additions to the game were new Pokémon and Raids. But that might all be changing soon enough.
Niantic will no longer support Pokémon Go on Apple devices that aren’t running iOS11. Older iPhone devices incapable of running the new software (such as the iPhone 5) will be unable to play the game after a new update goes live on February 28.
Pokémon Go's Pokédex is about to get a little bigger as Niantic have announced that fifty new Pokémon are coming to the game from Generation 3.