Pokemon GO – Niantic Labs Raises $20 Million from Three Huge Investors

The anticipation for Pokemon GO has skyrocketed in the last few weeks, with people reading about it and submitting questions regarding it. Some of our readers were quite concerned whether this ambitious project will be abandoned like many others that got us excited in the past. Today, we confirm to you that Pokemon GO will become a reality because The Pokemon Company, Google, & Nintendo have invested $20 million into the company behind it, Niantic Labs.

Additionally, if the company achieves certain goals, it’s expected to receive $10 million more. With that amount of funding and support from such globally influential companies, this dream game’s future becomes set in stone. Pokemon GO is an Augmented Reality game that has been in the works for almost two years and is expected to be released in 2016 for both, iOS & Android. As a player, you will be able to engage in an unprecedented adventure where you can catch, train, and battle against others in the real world in a way that was deemed impossible a few years ago.

If you want to know more about what Pokemon GO is all about, then click here to read our previous article. Furthermore, we expect this upcoming title to be one of the biggest mobile games ever. How can it not be when it sets the whole wide world as your platform?

Finally, we can’t wait to see how Niantic Labs will utilize their mastery in geolocation technology, thrilling storytelling, and novel game design. We are in a very exciting time in history; an era where virtual games and tangible reality become intertwined. Stay tuned with our website for more information about Pokemon GO. You can watch the trailer for this game below.

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