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[[File:Pokemon Go Logo.png|thumb|200px|Pokémon GO]]
On Aug. 10, a new MMOARRPG Pokémon title was announced via the Niconico live stream.

Entitled ''Pokémon GO'', the upcoming Pokémon game will arrive on iOS and Android devices in 2016. The game heavily relies on the concept of augemented reality, and it is being developed by Niantic Labs, who recently became independent from Google. In addition, a Bluetooth wrist-device is expected be released for the players, which will allow them to interact with ''Pokémon GO'' without needing to check the phone.

Along with the involvement of Nintendo, it has been confirmed that Junichi Masuda is involved in working on the setting, game design and music for the game.

==Trailer==
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