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Pokemon GO will finally be shown at GDC in March

GOing to be revelead soon

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Product: Pokemon GO | Developer: Niantic | Publisher: The Pokemon Company
For: Android   Also on: iPhone, iPad
 
Real-world Pokemon hunting Pokemon GO made a lot of waves when it was announced. It's a Pokemon game for smartphones but not the kind you thought it would be.

It uses your device's GPS and makes you go outside in order to catch Pokemon all over the globe. It's made by Niantic makers of Ingress, another AR game. Since then, Niantic went on to earn 20 million dollars from Nintendo, Google and The Pokemon Company.

But the only footage we have for now is the CG trailer posted below. A Beta was promised at the end of 2015 but was pushed back.

Well we now have confirmation that the game will finally be shown at the Games Developers Conference at a panel. GDC is opening on March 14th and ending on March 18th, so look forward for more information soon.

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Clement Renaudin 3 February 2016
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