Pok mon Go, the very famous and infamous augmented reality game has turned into a rage across the globe. With just a few days gone since its launch, Niantic Labs, the co-creators of the game already has some exciting news for all the Pok mon fans out there. A new feature for the game is already on its way which will allow users to trade their Pok mon with each other. This somehow gives a nostalgic trip to those childhood days when we would trade Pok mon tazos which was a big deal. Also Read - Everything Xbox and Bethesda showcased during E3 2021: Age of Empires IV, Xbox mini-fridge and moreAlso Read - E3 2021: What is it, entire schedule, how to watch livestream for free, what to expect
Business Insider reports that Pok mon Go users will be able to trade their collected Pok mon with their friends and strangers. The company is also planning to get some more work done for the game and is already thinking about what new features could be added to the game in the next few weeks and months to come.
Pok mon Go was officially released on July 6 in United States, Australia and New Zealand. It kicked off to a great and crazy start and the global roll out was much awaited for. But unfortunately, the international roll-out of the game has been currently suspended as the Niantic servers suffered glitches due to excessive response. But the company has assured that they are working to fix the issues and the app will be made available soon.
Keeping aside the massive craze and excitement that this game has brought, it has also made headlines for all the wrong reasons. There have been incidents where people have bumped into places and situations unexpected while being engrossed in their search for some Pok mon. One case was where a YouTuber Lanceypooh ended up in a private property and was even open fired at as the owner mistook him for trespassing. Another 19-year-old girl discovered a dead body during her search for the Pok mon character.
Incidents as such are popping up as the game gains a deadly craze among its users. Fans everywhere on social media are posting about the excitement of being able to play their childhood memoir with a share of reality. Nevertheless, the game is pretty exciting, but one must realize the dangers of the game and be careful while on their hunt humming the phrase Gotta catch em all.