Our beautiful, splashy fish son can now occasionally be found as a boss fight in Pokémon Go.
Pokémon Go’s big gym overhaul hasn’t been live for very long, but many players already dislike some of the new mechanics.
After days of having gyms “under construction,” Pokémon Go’s biggest overhaul is now available to all players. Not only that, but players logging in today may also find new gyms in areas that used to be Pokestops. Neat.
Pokémon Go’s war against cheaters continues to intensify, with Niantic now giving out digital scarlet letters of sorts.
In celebration of its anniversary, Pokemon Go is undergoing some major changes. Before you get too excited, no, player-vs-player battles aren’t among them. Gyms, though, are about to get more accessible, and you’ll soon be able to team up with friends to go on raids against mega-powerful Pokemon.
Garfield GO is a real video game.
To celebrate the one-year anniversary of Pokémon GO, the app is getting both in-game events and a real-world festival in Chicago.
For the last couple of days, the Pokémon Go community has erupted over a new security measure that allegedly hides rare monster spawns from cheaters.
Ruslan Sokolovsky, a blogger who was arrested for played Pokémon Go in a Russian church, was found guilty today of charges ranging from “violating religious feelings” to illegal possession of a pen that contained a video camera.
A Russian man might be spending years in prison after his trial wrapped up last week, after being arrested in 2016 for making a video about Pokémon Go while inside a church, a violation of the country’s laws against “inciting religious hatred”.
Pokémon Go’s Easter event, “Eggstravaganza,” begins this afternoon and lasts through April 20th. 2 km eggs will hatch more types of Pokémon. Each hatched egg will also earn players more candy.
Right now, most people playing Pokémon Go are hunting for one thing: a golden shiny Magikarp. Oh, they’re finding shiny Magikarp alright. It’s just not turning out how they’d expect.
If you’re still waiting for Lapras to land in your Pokémon Go PokeDex, it might be your lucky day. Pokémon Go announced its new Water Festival event today, which will increase select water spawns globally.
Pokemon Go’s upcoming trading feature won’t be over the internet, senior project manager Tatsuo Nomura told Polygon yesterday. Players will have to be physically proximate, reinforcing the game’s emphasis on real-life interaction.
One of the biggest draws of gen two in Pokémon Go are the fancy evolutions that require special items, such as the Metal Coat or Dragon Scale. Some players vying for these items are having a hard time actually finding them, though.
When Pokémon Go was in its prime last year, many of the game’s more popular locations were parks. And some of those parks got trashed. Understandably, if also a little late (at least for Pokémon Go), local governments are now taking steps to try and stop this happening again.
Anyone who comes across Togetic in the wild will want to catch it—I mean, look at the cute ‘lil bugger. Adding Togetic to your collection through a wild encounter may be way harder than it sounds, however.
Unown, the letter-shaped monster, is causing a stir in Pokémon Go right now thanks to their mysterious nature. Everyone wants to capture Unown, but half the people talking about it aren’t even sure it’s actually in the game.