Pokémon Go is the game of the moment, being played by millions of people from all over the world, after The Pokemon Company has released in more and more countries. Things got really crazy in the U.S., as we’ve seen videos with dozens of people going in the same direction with their smartphones in the hands, just like a herd of zombies who didn’t pay attention to the traffic and bumping into cars.
While Pokémon Go is already available in the U.S. and Europe, it seems that the official gadget for this game has not hit the stores yet. If you have some money to spare for Pokémon Go, we suggest you to purchase the Pokémon Go Plus and you will surely enjoy playing this game more.
The Pokémon Go Plus is a wearable device which can be attached to your wrist. The gadget connects to your smartphone via Bluetooth and you will receive vibrating and blinking notification when you are near a Pokémon or PokeStop. The button on the Pokémon Go Plus will also allow you to catch a nearby Pokémon and collect items from the PokeStops.
If you are too embarrassed to wear this gadget on your wrist, you can also clip it to your bag or clothes. The gadget comes with a distinctive PokeBall design, which will surely make a good amount of Pokémon Go players to purchase it.
However, keep in mind that you will NOT need the Pokémon Go Plus gadget to play Pokémon Go, so nobody is forcing you to purchase it. The Pokémon Go Plus gadget was available for pre-order from the GameStop, but it seems that the demand has exceeded the supply and it is now listed as “not available”.
According to GameStop website, the Pokémon Go Plus will be released on July 30, 2016, but it seems that it will take longer for people to get this gadget if they didn’t pre-order it. On Amazon’s website, this gadget is also listed as “currently unavailable”, but you can also choose to be emailed when the item is available.
Will you purchase a Pokémon Go Plus wearable once it will be released or you prefer to play Pokémon Go without this gadget?
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