Pokemon Go: Game downloaded a billion times

Shiny Rayquaza

Shiny Rayquaza

Pokemon Go is one of the best-augmented reality games available in the market.

Pokémon Company rolled out a new trailer for Pokémon GO in Japan saying that the game has been downloaded over 1 billion times.

When Pokemon GO was announced in early 2016, people weren't really sure what to make of it.

This information has been revealed in a Japanese TV spot commercial for Pokemon Go.

It took the game's publisher Niantic more than three years to hit this impressive milestone.

The game still has around 148 million loyal players who use it every month, according to research by Superdata.

To achieve your goals in the latest "Pokemon Go" update, you must first look for discolored PokeStops dispersed around the world and rotate the Photo Disc.

Since the Team Go Rocket launch, more Pokemon have been corrupted: Poliwag, Poliwhirl, Poliwrath, Politoed, Scyther, Scizor, Grimer, Muk, Drowzee, Hypno, Cubone, Marowak, Hondour and Houndoom.

Niantic has also introduced a new game to their roster based on the famous Harry Potter franchise.

Just how big has Pokémon GO become since it was launched? This scheming organization has caught wild pocket monsters in the wild and turned them into Shadow Pokemon. So, there are endless possibilities for Pokemon Go; it just depends on Niantic how creative they can be with the game.

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