Pokémon Go will let everyone catch 'em all in July
Pokémon Go, the upcoming augmented reality game for Android and iOS, will be coming in July. As revealed during Nintendo's E3 livestream, Pokémon Go Plus wearable device that allows you to play the game without taking out your phone will be available for $34.99.
With Pokémon Go, players, can "catch" virtual Pokémon while out in the real world. The little monsters can be found in areas associated with their type (water Pokémon can be found by bodies of water, for instance), and caught and added to the player's collection. The Pokémon Go Plus is an optional accessory that connects to your phone via Bluetooth and alerts you when game events are happening nearby, so you can still play without pulling out your phone.
Be sure to check out our thoughts on the beta to learn more about Pokémon Go.
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