As a response to COVID-19 safety measures, Pokémon Go was forced to adapt in a way that would allow their players to catch Pokémon in their homes instead of going outside. With society gradually coming back to normal, so is the app.
In the summer of 2016, masses of people young and old spent every waking moment outdoors swiping up on their phones in order to catch virtual critters.
As society slowly returns to normal, so will the game.
Pre-Internet, games were like films, being static and finalized upon release.
Pokémon Go is a special game, combining the use of augmented reality (AR) and social features for a truly unique experience.
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