Pokémon Go beta also available in Australia and New Zealand
It widens the beta testing phase of the long-awaited Pokémon game Go, that after the launch in Japan and now arrives in beta in Australia and New Zealand.
By leveraging augmented reality, this game blends real-world objects with the real game. In the Pokémon Go, players will be able to explore the environment surrounding the real to capture Pokèmon not yet trained. Some of these Pokémon are only found in their natural environments (so you'll find a Pokémon water only if you are located near a river or the sea), while others can be encountered in any place.
While the players esplorarno the surrounding world, the phone vibrates when a Pokémon is nearby to capture it, you have to use the touchscreen of your phone to throw a Poké Ball. Each new Pokémon will raise the experience level of the player. When two players are nearby in the real world, it can be launched, a challenge between the Pokémon in each team.
Now the game can be tested in beta version to selected users in Japan, Australia and New Zealand.
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