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  1. Harry Potter: Wizards Unite Delayed

    Harry Potter: Wizards Unite, the mobile title currently in development at Pokemon Go developer Niantic, has been delayed. Harry Potter publishing site Pottermore says the AR game will now launch in 2019.
  2. New Pokemon Go Event And Pokemon Now Available

    Niantic has kicked off another in-game event in Pokemon Go. The Stardust Blast event is now live for a limited time. This event gives players a chance to earn twice the normal amount of Stardust for capturing Pokemon and Hatching Eggs, and it's scheduled to run until 1 PM PT / 4 PM ET on November 13.
  3. Pokémon Go will finally track your walking distance in the background

    A major new feature is on its way to Pokémon Go: Adventure Sync will at long last allow players to continue tracking their walking distance without having the game active or a Pokémon Go Plus tracker.
  4. Pokemon Go's Gen 4 Pokemon Now Available

    A new generation of Pokemon has now arrived in Pokemon Go. Following the game's latest update, which began rolling out to devices last week, Pokemon originally introduced in the Sinnoh region--the setting of the series' fourth-generation titles, Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum--have started to appear in the wild, giving you a whole new slate of pocket monsters to catch.
  5. Pokémon Go Getting Gen 4 Pokémon From Sinnoh Region Soon

    Your Pokedex in Pokémon Go is about to get much bigger, as creatures from the Sinnoh region make their way to Niantic and The Pokémon Company’s mobile game. A new trailer for Pokémon Go teases the arrival of the first fourth-gen Pokémon, including starter trio Chimchar, Turtwig, Piplup and the legendary Giratina.
  6. Pokemon Go Psychic Event Starts Soon, Adds New Shiny Pokemon

    Niantic is kicking off a new event for Pokemon Go very soon. With Mewtwo now available in Raid Battles, the developer is giving players the chance to capture even more Psychic Pokemon with the Psychic Spectacular event, which begins today, October 5, at 1 PM PT / 4 PM ET and runs until the same time on October 14.
  7. Pokemon Go: You Have A Little More Time To Hatch Region-Exclusive Pokemon From Eggs

    Pokemon Go's Ultra Bonus Event has come to an end, but developer Niantic has extended one of the bonuses it offered. The studio announced that Farfetch'd, Kangaskhan, Mr Mime, and Tauros will continue to hatch from 7 km Eggs until October 8, giving you a little more time to get your hands on these rare Pokemon.
  8. Pokemon Go Reveals First October Community Day Details

    Now that September's Pokemon Go Community Day is behind us, Niantic has shared the first details on next month's event. October's Community Day is scheduled to take place on Sunday, October 21, and this time, the featured Pokemon will be Beldum, the first form of the powerful Steel/Psychic-type Metagross.
  9. Pokémon: Let’s Go! introduces new Pokémon, Meltan

    The ‘Hex Nut’ Pokémon links the console game with Pokémon Go after a brief preview over the weekend, the Pokémon Company has unveiled a totally new Pokémon: Meltan. Known as the Hex Nut Pokémon, the rare, mythical monster may be the most unique one yet.
  10. Pokemon Go's Legendary Birds Are Back Again For A Limited Time

    The Ultra Bonus Event is now underway in Pokemon Go, bringing an influx of Gen I Pokemon with it. For a limited time, Pokemon originally found in the Kanto region will appear much more frequently in the wild. That isn't all, however; the three Legendary birds Articuno, Zapdos, and Moltres have all also returned to the game, but for only a few days.
  11. Pokémon Go players will soon be able to nominate PokéStops

    The ability to nominate local landmarks as PokéStops has long been coveted by Pokémon Go players. Niantic announced that it plans to implement PokéStop nomination and that the first wave of beta testing would roll out soon. It will be limited to trainers in Brazil and South Korea, and only Level 40 trainers who are over 18.
  12. Pokemon Go Legendary Moltres Returns This Saturday For A Limited Time

    Pokemon Go players will soon have another chance to capture the Legendary Pokemon Moltres. As a reward for completing the Global Challenge during last week's Safari Zone event in Yokosuka, Japan, the Legendary bird will return to Raid Battles this Saturday, September 8, but it'll only be around for a very limited time.
  13. Pokemon Go: Ho-Oh Returning For A Very Limited Time

    Pokemon Go is in the midst of a Gen 2 celebration following the arrival of Celebi earlier this week, and now another Legendary from the Johto region is returning to the game for a limited time. From now until the end of the Johto Week event, players around the world will once again be able to encounter the Rainbow Pokemon Ho-Oh.
  14. Pokemon Go Adding A New Kind Of Berry Through Celebi Research Quest and new shinies

    The Celebi Special Research questline has begun in Pokemon Go, and along with giving players a chance to capture the Mythical Pokemon, it looks like it will introduce a new item to the game. Data miners have discovered the brand-new Silver Pinap Berry within the game's code (via Pokemon Go Hub), and it appears to be the reward for completing one of the latest Special Research tasks.
  15. Pokemon Go's Next Community Day Announced

    Pokemon Go developer Niantic has shared the first details on the game's next Community Day. September's event is scheduled to take place around the world on Saturday, September 22, and it'll feature one of the starter Pokemon from Gold and Silver.
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