The Pokemon GO is a massive undertaking that’s been a long time coming for Nintendo, but the Pokemon GO team is now officially on the cusp of releasing the first version of the game.
Nintendo is set to debut the game at its E3 booth this weekend, with the first beta set to be announced in mid-June.
The game is designed to allow players to capture, battle, train, and explore monsters in the wild.
Nintendo isn’t disclosing any release date yet, but it sounds like it’ll arrive sometime in the first half of next year.
In the meantime, the game is still a ways away from its full launch, and Nintendo isn.t ready to reveal much about what’s coming with the game just yet.
The company has released a few teaser trailers for the game, but those have mostly been focused on new features like augmented reality.
For example, a character appears to be riding a bicycle in a new trailer.
The trailer also features a few new gameplay clips, including a character walking across a field with his hands on his hips.
It’s not clear what that’s supposed to mean.
Nintendo also unveiled some of the new features in the trailer, but we can’t confirm if that’s what the teaser is referencing.
We’ll be sure to let you know what happens when Nintendo’s Pokemon GO beta launches.
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