‘Pokemon GO’ Latest News, Release Date & Update: Niantic Labs Now Ready To Spawn Legendary Pokemons? [VIDEO]
With the new of several "Pokemon GO" trainers being able to add a legendary bird in Articuno in their Pokedex in the past few days, is it a possibility that these legendary Pokemons soon?
"Pokemon GO" is now everywhere in the world! (Almost)
Niantic said that they will keep the legendary Pokemons at bay until "Pokemon GO" is up and running worldwide. Recently, "Pokemon GO" just announced the launch of the phenomenal augmented reality game in Latin America. Just in time for the 2016 Rio Olympics, here is an excerpt from "Pokemon GO's" Facebook post.
— Pokémon GO (@PokemonGoApp) August 3, 2016
"Central and South America - Break out the sneakers and Poké Balls, and get ready to explore the world around you. We are excited to officially be putting Pokémon GO in the hands of our Latin American fans, visitors, and the athletes in Rio!"
However, there are still parts of the world that has not been given by Niantic Labs access to "Pokemon GO." Southeast Asian countries like Malaysia and the Philippines has no access to the games yet. Recent reports here in Game & Guide stated that in countries mentioned above, has business entities already taking advantage of the "Pokemon GO" craze and is adding "Pokemon GO to their company promos. It's a glaring sign that "Pokemon GO" will surely release in these countries soon.
Articuno making an appearance in "Pokemon GO"
And another glaring reason of why Niantic is now ready to spawn Articuno, Moltres, Zapdos, Mew and MewTwo into the real world is of course, one of them being spotted in the "Pokemon GO." It just proves that these highly valued creatures are in the data base of the game and with the recent news of Articuno in the game, Niantic is surely ready to spawn them out in the real world.
Here's the statement we received from Niantic about Articuno in Pokemon Go https://t.co/YQqqHjdA3v pic.twitter.com/ThiBM3xzRU — Andrew Goldfarb (@garfep) August 3, 2016
Keeping the fire burning for "Pokemon GO"
With the much recent update, Niantic has taken away some features of "Pokemon GO" and seems to be deaf on hearing its communities wishes for the game. A lot of people in social media and even Youtube personalities are bashing Niantic for its stubbornness on the issue of its fans. Now in order to keep the attention of fans into the game, they must use these legendary Pokemons to bring excitement back into the game.
Stay tuned to Game & Guide for more "Pokemon GO" news!