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When Pokémon GO first launched almost two years ago, people downloaded the game in droves. It was arguably the first game whose gameplay relied heavily on interacting with the real world, enabling players to explore new places and capturing Pokémon through an AR lens. Read More »
312 Days Ago Almost two years after the launch of Pokémon Go, Niantic has added player-to-player trading to the game. Trading was a staple in the regular line of handheld Pokémon games, so when it was missing from Pokémon Go at launch people were definitely upset.
312 Days Ago Two years later, Pokémon Go is finally getting trading. Today, developer Niantic announced that the feature will be coming to the game soon as part of Pokémon Go’s big summer update, which will also add a new friend feature to the augmented reality mobile hit.
312 Days Ago Two years after its release in the summer of 2016, Pokémon Go will officially add Pokémon trading between friends within the app later this week. The feature is coming via a new "Friends" area, allowing players to connect to real-life friends and trade Pokémon, keep track of their status in the game, and send them items and gifts.
312 Days Ago Nearly two years since its initial launch on mobile devices, Niantic's Pokémon Go has finally added the ability to trade monsters with your friends. The feature comes alongside a new "friends" system.
307 Days Ago Two huge social features arrive, nearly two years after launch Continue reading…
311 Days Ago Pokemon Go is finally adding the ability to trade.Developer Niantic has announced that trading will arrive in the game soon, thanks to a massive Pokemon
312 Days Ago Ever since Niantic launched Pokemon Go two summers ago, players have been wondering when they would be able to trade with their friends. Trading and doing battle with other players have been hallmarks of the franchise since Red and Blue arrived in 1996, so it was something of a surprise for Pokemon Go launch without either feature.
307 Days Ago Even though you probably quit playing Pokémon Go a while ago, thousands of people still “catch ‘em all” in cities across the U.S. And you might soon see a slight uptick of players where you live, because developer Niantic is (finally) adding Pokémon trading to the game, only two years after its release.