YOU CAN STILL PLAY POKEMON GO WHILE INSIDE YOUR HOME

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You can still be your very best, no need to go out! so try to catch’em all!

While everyone is curing their Enhanced Community Quarantine sickness due to the COVID-19 Pandemic. Niantic, Inc., the makers of Pokémon Go, announced that their fans and hardcore gamers can still enjoy the virtual game even at the comfort of your home. Yes, no need to walk further distance in order for you to battle it out and catch those pocket monsters.

Last March 13, PokémonGo developers made some changes with the games process which will allow fans from all over the globe from playing regardless being locked down.

According the the company, the changes are effective immediately and will be in active indefinitely. In a Twitter post by Niantic, Inc., it says that the safety of their global player community is their top priority, hence this indefinite change in the application. Further, they’re putting their focus on expanding features and experiences in their games that can be enjoyed in an individual setting and that also encourage exploration.

These are some of the changes they applied to the event: PokéStops will drop gifts more frequently, an increase in Pokémon habitats and more wild Pokémon appearing in the wild. Niantic, Inc.,  also gave bonus with a one-time purchase bundle of 30 Incense for 1 PokéCoin that will last for one hour, 1/2 Hatch Distance.

You may download the game on Apple store and Google Play.

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Allen Tolentino

Allen Tolentino, a Marketing and Advertising professional who loves writing about shoes, movies, music, and photography. He's been in the business for three years and is currently working as a CRM and Strategic Marketing Coordinator.

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Allen Tolentino, a Marketing and Advertising professional who loves writing about shoes, movies, music, and photography. He's been in the business for three years and is currently working as a CRM and Strategic Marketing Coordinator.

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