Just a few minutes ago, we received one of the best news from the official account of the mobile app, Pokémon GO. It’s the confirmation of the addition of new creatures from Generation III.

A few important announcements

Recently, Pokémon GO has made a few important announcements on its Twitter account, about upcoming events they are going to realize before the end of the year, that is to say, before December.

But among the announced news, there’s one that really attracted the attention and will make more than one player come back to the app: the addition of more Pokémon to the game. Consequently, these new creatures would be those that belong to Generation III.

According to the announcement, Niantic, the developer company of the app, asks the users to be aware of their social accounts this March. Why? Because this month the date and more details of the addition for all the new Pokémon will be official.

In the same way, it was announced alliances between the app and different companies, for one reason: get a better gaming experience. Sprint, the telecommunications company, is the first ally to sign up for this new incursion into society game.

The new added Pokémon

About the new added Pokémon, they have not been entirely clear about how many creatures they are going to add to the existing 151, especially knowing that the Legendary Pokémon as Zapdos, Articuno, Moltres, Mewtwo and Mew have not yet been released for their catch.

Although this announcement could be going with ideas of Christmas events that Niantic has for this year.

Whatever it is and whatever they do, it will definitely be an additive that the app will have for recapturing the attention of the users that have remained and those who stopped playing because of the monotony in which they had fallen by not presenting anything new.

In the meantime, we look at the future, and the fans anxiously await the arrival of Generation III of Pokemon GO, we leave you with a video below.

Enjoy:

The World of Pokémon GO has Expanded!

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