Pokémon Go

Pokémon Go was destined to be fairly successful, but no one, not even the mobile game’s creators, believed it would generate this much interest. It has done wonders for Nintendo’s stock; it has topped app charts on the App Store and the Google Play Store; and servers are repeatedly going down due to large swaths of trainers playing the augmented reality game as it continues its global rollout. It’s an understatement to say that Niantic Labs’ Pokémon Go is a success, but is the game a summer fad or here to stay? Here’s everything you need to know.

Pokemon Go Fest will get an additional day

The event suffered from issues during its July weekend
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Millions flocked to Pokémon Go Fest 2020 — and spent millions doing it

Players spent $17.5 million over the two-day event
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Pokémon Go’s latest event avoids coronavirus by allowing you to play from home

Genesect finally arrives in the mobile game

Niantic Labs will soon drop support for Pokémon Go on Apple Watch

Niantic Labs said that it will end Apple Watch support for Pokémon Go on July 1. The watchOS app, which was rolled out in December 2016, was made redundant by the release of the Adventure Sync feature for the mobile game.
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