‘Pokemon Go’ Latest News & Update: First Wild MewTwo Caught? Articuno, Moltres, Zapdos & Mew Are Also Available Now?

By Staff Reporter , Updated Aug 23, 2016 04:21 AM EDT

Numerous fans are now enjoying the "Pokemon Go" game. While Niantic has not yet released any of the Legendary Pokemons in the game, new reports are claiming that the first wild MewTwo has already been caught.

'Pokemon Go' Latest News & Update: First MewTwo Caught Already

"Pokemon Go" players were astounded by the reports claiming that a Legendary Pokemon has already appeared and someone has caught it already. A video of a player trying to catch a MewTwo has surfaced on social media, which really broke the internet.

Most fans believed that MewTwo is already in "Pokemon Go" shortly after watching the video. However, a YouTube user named TmarTn2 has released a video claiming that the MewTwo video that made rounds earlier this week is totally fake. Watch the video below.

The YouTube user has admitted that he really thought that MewTwo can be caught in the "Pokemon Go" already. However, after studying the video, TmarTn2 has found out that the creature that was shown in the video he noticed that the catch circle used in the video in green color, which is supposedly in red color.

Aside from that, TmarTn2 has also noticed that no 500 XP bonus has been added to the "Pokemon Go" gamer playing for catching a new Pokemon in the controversial video. Lastly, the video contains a mistake in the Pokemon information screen, specifically the fake MewTwo having only 23 HP.

The MewTwo video could really look legit. However, "Pokemon Go" players should take note that Niantic is not releasing a single Legendary Pokemon, such as Articuno, Moltres, Zapdos and Mew, until the game is already available worldwide.

'Pokemon Go' Latest News & Update: Niantic Halts Global Release

GamenGuide has previously reported that Niantic has temporarily halted the global release of the "Pokemon Go" game. Sources have claimed that the game company wants to make sure that no technical glitches will be encountered once it has started rolling out the game for its worldwide launching.

Niantic is taking things slowly but surely right now as it does want to make sure that no players will be troubled playing the "Pokemon Go" game while they make it available to the rest of the world little by little. Stay tuned to GamenGuide for more "Pokemon Go" news and updates!

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