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One of the most anticipated mobile games is Pokemon Go and it seems that the title has been finally revealed. The footage that we’ll show you below is from a YouTuber who is known as Eric F.

It seems that the video was recorded during Niantic CEO John Hanke’s presentation that took place at SXSW, in the previous weekend. However, Hanke was not spotted in the video, but according to Kotaku, the guy who talks in the background sounds like Hanke.

The video has already reached 1 million views and we’re pretty sure that once the game will be released, it will be quite popular. We remind you that the Pokemon Go will enter the “field test” phase in Japan this month and it will allow you to catch, battle and train monsters in the real world.

In addition, you will be able to use a Pokemon Go Plus device, but we’re going to talk about this a bit later in this article. The Pokemon Go game is expected to be released for Android and iOS devices later this year, but the developer didn’t say when this will happen.

Here is the video we’ve talked about:

Pokemon Go Plus

Pokemon Go Plus is a companion device that can be worn as a watch. However, keep in mind that the Pokemon Go will function without the Pokemon Go Plus, but we’re sure that the fans of this game will surely purchase it in order to enhance their enjoyment while playing this augmented reality game.

The Pokemon Go Plus will allow the users to play Pokemon Go without even looking at their smartphone. The device will deliver haptic feedback and it will feature flashing LEDs in a number of colors. The Pokemon GO Plus will connect to the smartphone via Bluetooth and it will notify you about events within the game, such as a nearby Pokemon that you can catch.

Pokemon Go: Price

Once the Pokemon Go will be released for Android and iOS, you will be able to find it in the official store of these two operating systems, for free. It’s not sure yet if you will need to pay for in-app content in order to advance in the game, but the developer will release more information about this in the near future.