Future Plans Of Pokémon GO

The Pokémon Go Company i.e. Niantic is planning for having some big deals for future of this mind blowing AR game. Niantic’s CEO has made some things clear already also had made some important decisions too.

Recently as Buddy update rolled out for almost every Trainer around the world the next big thing for the Pokémon Go developer team is, making game available for Big Asia Countries like China and India and they are already facing quite a lot problem in doing so because of the extensive land area and densely populated cities.

As the developers are improving game in every update, they have improved many bugs like Grimmer and Ivysaur bug also the have fixed the egg hatch tracker and its now more accurate. Even though update 0.37.0 rolled out with Buddy Pokémon but also carried many such minor bug fixing too. John Hanked was asked out several question regarding the future of this AR game and also what inspired him to make this game. Full Interview Here.

One of the question asked was-As a player, I have to ask this one. Do you know when we’ll see player-versus-player Pokémon battles?

John Hanke: It would be fun. I have a 10-year-old son. He’s my Pokémon expert, and he wants to battle his friends in Pokémon Go, I can tell you that. We talked about trading. We just announced buddy Pokémon. We announced that for iOS and it just rolled out this morning. If you want to have a buddy Pokémon and walk that Pokémon with you, you can do that now. Battling is something we talk a lot about. It’ll probably make its way onto the road map, but I don’t have a specific date.

But as mentioned before Trading is the most important feature the developers are working on and other features expected are as follows:

  • Pokémon GO Trading expected to be releases in October 2016
  • Pokémon GO Trainer Battles expected to be releases in December 2016/January 2017
  • Pokémon GO Gen II expected to be releases in May 2017

Not only this, but the company is also having some big goals like providing the trainers with a lens through which they can see Pokémon in real world…But this goal is too far to be achieved yet. As this amazing AR game is taking over world it doesn’t seems impossible too.

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1 Comment

  1. Will Reply

    This really doesn’t help the game. When you’re hatching the same Pokemon, and they’re all incredibly low level, or you don’t find ones that are easily raised up, the game gets repetitive very quickly. I’m level 27, but still hatch 400 cp Pokemon, that are pretty useless. I rarely see anything higher than 800 cp in the wild.

    I like the game, but not as much as I used to.

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