Many Pokemon fanatics are impatiently awaiting for the most anticipated mobile release of the year. Niantic Labs, creators of geo-based game Ingress, has been working closely with Nintendo for the release of Pokemon Go.
We hope that E3 will bring us answers to our questions regarding the app such as the pricing model, release date, gameplay mechanics, and how to train and catch Pokemon. Itíll be interesting to see how Nintendo plans to market and sell this game if itís not already ad-supported.
E3 starts less than a week away on Tuesday, June 14 when Nintendo will also be holding a live stream of the E3 event via Nintendo Direct. The live event starts at 09:00 PT and will also reveal more information about the new Pokemon Sun and Moon games that will be coming to Nintendo 3DS.
Online. You have to have an active internet connection and you have to actually physically move yourself. Take a lot at "Ingress", it's made by the same people with the same principal behind it. Was a lot of fun. Pokemon will be better of course.
is it online or offline play?
Just the livestream, sadly.