Pokémon Go. Soon, you'll be able to tackle "Research Tasks." Essentially, they're fetch-quests like you'd find in a typical RPG. The first of these tasks relate to uncovering the legendary Mew Pokemon, which might eventually lead to you being able to catch it.
You can now link Pokémon Go with your Facebook account, so you don't have to spend time trying to remember a password you invented on the fly when you signed up. By linking your accounts, you'll easily be able to access your game and progress across multiple devices.
After the Global Catch Challenge was completed, Niantic had another surprise in store for Pokemon Go players: it unlocked the chance to catch the legendary Pokemon Ho-Oh. It will be available at gym raid locations through December 12th.
Niantic has announced that Pokemon GO events in Europe are back on schedule after the company had to delay them to improve the attractions following a disastrous Chicago event.
It begins with France, Spain and Germany for a Safari Zone get-together on the 16th.
Pokemon Go Fest did not go well, with technical issues and cell coverage problems preventing many players from participating at the event's Chicago location in Grant Park. That experience has halted plans for similar events in Europe.
Pokémon Go is finally getting legendary monsters. Starting this weekend, trainers around the world will be able to catch their first legendary Pokémon.
Pokémon Go Fest attendees will get first dibs on legendary monsters at the Saturday, July 22 event after completing an Epic Raid Battle where...
Niantic has revealed more details about its game's first birthday celebration. Apparently, you can participate in the event no matter where you are in the world by working with the participants at Grant Park during three Challenge Windows that will take place throughout the day.
Pokemon Go has exceeded 750 million downloads since the game launched in July of last year. The game crossed the 500 million mark in September of last year, so this 250m worth of growth has been much slower.
Pokemon Go has been around for nearly a year now and to celebrate, Niantic is holding several events. An in-game Solstice Event starts on June 13th and will see more fire and ice type Pokemon, as well as huge XP bonuses for throwing accurately and discounted Lucky Eggs.
A real-world Pokemon Go...