Pokemon Go, the free-to-play mobile game that lets players catch, train, and battle monsters in the real world, will be featured in developer Niantic’s GDC talk.
Discussing the game previously, Nintendo said users will be able to play the game with an optional device called Pokemon Go Plus. Much like a smartwatch, it can be worn on the wrist and used to execute in-game actions such as catching a Pokemon. The device will connect to smartphones using Bluetooth, and will flash its LED and vibrate to notify players about nearby Pokemon.
Pokemon Go is expected to be available on the App Store and Google Play in 2016 as a free download. The game will also have in-app purchases.
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