Over the weekend, Pokémon GO players started seeing a brand new Pokémon appear in the wild and it came with a confusing bit of stats and effects.
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As part of today's Nintendo Direct, the company shared new details on the abilities of your pokémon companion in Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Eevee!
Niantic is rolling out a beta that will soon lead to players of Pokémon GO nominating and voting for new Pokéstops in the game.
The Johto Festival has apparently been going well for Pokémon GO players. So well, in fact, they managed to get a shiny Pokémon early.
Another day, another datamine on Pokémon GO to reveal a whole new list of possible Pokémon to join in the game.
There are a few stories we see every once in a while about people finding clever ways to play Pokémon GO and cheat the system.
Mega evolved Pokémon will make appearances in both Pokémon: Let's Go Pikachu and Pokémon: Let's Go Eevee when the games launch this fall.
In an interview with Polish gaming website Gram, Niantic's head of their European marketing, Anne Beuttenmuller, addressed the issue, saying it was going to happen before year's end. As we are already at Pokemon Go – what new products will be added in subsequent updates? Now we are working on the PvP mode, which will soon appear. In addition,[...]
It didn't take long for players to have a whole new set of issues with Pokémon GO, as their latest event is seeing some epic failures across the board.
Considered to be the rarest Pokémon in the game, Unown is estimated to have a spawn rate of 1/400 to 1/1,000,000.
It's not too far-fetched to say that when Niantic announced a second Pokémon GO Fest in Chicago, a lot of people assumed it was going to be terrible.
If you happen to be attending the Pokémon GO Fest, which to our knowledge hasn't been terrible this year, there's a special Pokémon for you to find.
It appears, like always, you're going to be getting some new Pokémon on the way for Pokémon GO, but this time they're coming from Gen 4.
With Pokémon GO Fest on the way this weekend, Niantic decided to release new info about another event in the game called Zapdos Day.
It doesn't matter how hard Niantic tries to hide their content within the code of Pokémon GO, there will always be dataminers to find it.