Despite being released in 2016, rare monsters have yet to make an appearance on "Pokemon Go". In fact, back in February, more than 80 new Pokemon were introduced to the game in one fell swoop. Niantic has recorded the number of miles' people have traveled just to catch and hatch Pokemon in the game, and it seems like Pokemon GO has made an impact on people's lives by making them get out of the house and socialize more. The reason being is that Articuno wasn't supposed to be wildly available to the public, and Niantic Labs had to run some damage control and admit that the user ended up getting the Pokemon by mistake. So, keeping the world of Pokemon GO in mind as well as thousands of players, it remains to be seen how Niantic will fit the legendary Pokemon into the game.
While the development team has yet to put these select Pokemon into the game, a new interview on Wired Germany, which was translated and reported by Gamespot, confirms that the legendary Pokemon gamers having been waiting for will be coming this year.
"Pokemon Go" - which generated traffic its servers had difficulty handling last summer - will fulfill long-sought and long-promised additions of "legendary" Pokemon and the ability for players to battle and trade with each other, he said.
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Speaking at Mobile Conference in Barcelona, Niantic, CEO John Hanke suggested that the company are looking to partner with existing tech companies to build new dedicated wearables. Diehard players are obviously hooked to the game still, but there is a lot of boost needed to bring things up to speed once again. However, Niantic claims that the player received that Pokemon due to an accident on their part.
Few games have enjoyed both the meteoric rise and subsequent fall in popularity as "Pokémon Go". "You would see all the cool stuff around you", he told the news outlet. "There are ways to do that with phones, an example of this is Google's Tango technology", he said.
There is now no word on how far Niantic may have gotten in bringing these new devices to the market, it was rumoured at the start of the year that the tech company was close to making an announcement on the subject.