'Pokemon Go' News & Update: More Pokemons To Be Found In Rural Areas

By Arah TJ , Updated Dec 18, 2016 07:35 PM EST

The latest New "Pokemon Go" news and update suggest that there are more pokemons added in many rural areas. The official "Pokemon Go" Twitter account hints there's an increase of pokemons sightings in rural and urban areas.

"Trainers, we've observed increased numbers of Pokémon sightings in parks and other outdoor locations in urban and rural areas," the official "Pokemon Go" Twitter account announced. One of the issues of "Pokemong Go" since it has been launched is it requires players to travel to far PokéStops if players live in rural areas. With the new update, this could be a good news to "Pokemon Go" players who have to travel so far from their residence to reach PokéStops.

Meanwhile, in other related news, Niantic confirms to Gamespot that "Pokemon Go" is still coming to Apple Watch. A Niantic representative told the news outlet that the company will release more news and update regarding its augmented reality-game.

In a previous report that came from 9to5Mac, it suggests that the game developer will not release "Pokemon Go" for the Apple Watch. According to the source, Niantic has "ceased development of Pokemon Go for Apple Watch."

Back in September event, the "Pokemon Go" version has been introduced during the Apple iPhone reveal. That time, the popular mobile game has been reported has "unfinished port."

The original plan for launching "Pokemon Go" for Apple Watch is set for 2016. The ideas for the Apple Watch version of "Pokemon Go" was to display several pieces of information such as how far a player needs to walk in order to hatch eggs and how much more XP is needed to get to the next level. Aside from that, it will also show nearby Pokemon, however, once a pokemon appears, players need to take out their iPhones to capture the pokemon.

That's all for now. Expect more news and update about "Pokemon Go." To keep you updated, keep your tabs on Gamen Guide.

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