Pokémon GO Revenue Surpasses $3b
The latest Sensor Tower estimates have Pokémon GO surpassing $3 billion in lifetime revenue since the game’s 2016 launch. The game has been downloaded approximately 541 million times worldwide.
Pokémon featured in Pokémon Black Version and Pokémon White Version will appear in Pokémon GO later today including Snivy, Tepig, Oshawott, Patrat, Lillipup, Purrloin, Pidove, Blitzle, and more. Trailer added below…Continue reading
Niantic today announced that Pokémon GO has been downloaded over one billion times worldwide since it launched on 06 July 2016. Check out four new Japanese commercials below. Thanks to Serebii.Continue reading
The Legendary Pokémon Rayquaza will be returning to Pokémon GO Raid Battles from 31 July-02 September. If you’re, you may even encounter a Shiny Rayquaza! Trailer added below…Continue reading
Niantic have updated Pokémon GO to Version 1.117.0 requiring 281.3 MB adding Team GO Rocket challenges, new Shadow Pokémon, a new appraisal tool, and new minigames. Check out the full patch notes below…Continue reading
A One Piece collaboration event with Pokémon GO has been announced for 13:00 JST on 22 July for one week where Straw Hat Pikachu will appear in the wild along with Straw Hat avatar items (see below). A One Piece statue will also appear in Kumamoto in support of the 2016 earthquake, with an illustration by manga artist Eiichiro Oda. 22 July marks the third anniversary of Pokémon GO in Japan and the 22nd anniversary of One Piece.Continue reading
Nintendo Co., Ltd. have applied for three Pokémon GO-related trademarks in Japan with the logos for Team Valor, Team Mystic, and Team Instinct. Purposes include those related to computer game software, smartphone covers, trading cards, video game machines, plush dolls, jigsaw puzzles, board games, and more. Actual applications along with the logos used added below. Thanks to J-PlatPat.Continue reading
The Psychic-type Pokémon Armored Mewtwo will appear in five-star raids in Pokémon GO from 10-31 July. Trailer added below…Continue reading
Game Freak have announced the Pokémon HOME cloud service for early 2020 that will work with Nintendo Switch and iOS and Android devices, allowing you to bring over the Pokémon that you’ve shared adventures with throughout your journey.