‘Pokemon Go’ Latest News & Update: After Starbucks Promo, Legendary Pocket Monsters Emerging? ‘Pokemon Go’ Frappuccino Confirmed?
Right now, Starbucks and Niantic, maker of "Pokemon Go," have whipped up quite a storm with their partnership. In what started out as a rumor, minor tweaks on the whole collaboration have indeed come true.
Thousands of Starbucks stores in the United States have now been transformed into a PokeStop and/or Pokemon Gyms, offering a pink beverage called “Pokemon Go” Frappuccino. The alleged perfect drink for a “Pokemon Go” trainer starts with a Vanilla Bean Frappuccino and raspberry syrup blended with freeze-dried whole blackberries and topped with whipped cream, Starbucks.com reported.
More to the beverage, “Pokemon Go” players are eager to see what critter they can get their hands on. As mentioned in a previous post, Pikachu is a leading candidate or anyone whose traits come close to the “Pokemon Go” Frappuccino.
With a leak such as this Starbucks-Niantic initiative coming true, many are now wondering about the chances of seeing other rumors come to fruition. The most important for “Pokemon Go” players are the legendary and rare pocket monsters particularly for December.
A new “Pokemon Go” update is expected this month and many are awaiting the new features and critters Niantic will release. Ditto is already out but there are tons of Pokemon to look forward to. The chances are high and it would not be surprising to see one surprise augmented reality players on their mobile device screens, Neurogadget reported.
The big Christmas in-game event for “Pokemon Go” has yet to get underway and apparently this is something most are waiting on. Lots of goodies and spawns headline expectations, hopefully as lucrative like the Halloween and Thanksgiving offerings.
Only Niantic and its team are aware of what those new features will be for “Pokemon Go”. The expectations are high so augmented reality players are bracing themselves for more Pokemon hunting adventures to ramp up their PokeDex this holiday season.