'Pokemon Go' Latest News & Update: Watch Out For The 100 New Creatures; Niantic & Starbucks Collaboration Just Propaganda?

By Rhianne L. , Updated Dec 08, 2016 12:24 AM EST

This holiday season, a perfect treat for all "Pokemon Go" players is on its way. Discover new creatures as well as the new Starbucks beverage blended for 'Pokemon Go" fanatics.

The "Pokemon Go" will have its update this coming Thursday, December 8. There is a huge possibility that it might introduce 100 new creatures according to Venturebeat.Since this November it has been circulating around the internet that Niantic, the "Pokemon Go" developer has been preparing for a huge update involving second generation monsters. In the year 2000 a game named "Pokemon Gold & Silver" on Gameboy was launched, it is likely that the creatures from this game will be the 100 new creatures.

The leaked information from one the Starbucks staff created the rumored that there is on-going collaboration of Niantic and Starbucks, On the same date the promotion of Starbucks beverage designed "Pokemon Go" gamers will kick off.

When "Pokemon Go" was launched this year, people have been wandering around the parks, monuments, malls and other places to catch and train pokemons. Starbucks might be one of the café's that you will definitely stay for a longer hours. Rumors circulating that most of the Starbucks store will be added as the new PokéStops or Gym Engadget reported. Starbucks crew are already being informed to be prepared for the volume of "Pokemon Go" players that might get into their stores.

The special Pokémon Go Frappuccino drink is said to be available to Pokemon trainers as well as to regular customers who's not playing "Pokemon Go". This might be a one-time experience, make sure you won't miss.

Prepare your phone battery and drive yourself to nearest Starbucks store tomorrow, December 8. When you will find yourself seating and sipping the "Pokémon Go" Frappuccino, then this rumor turned out to be real.

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