Currently, Pokémon GO gives gamers the opportunity to catch first and second generation monsters from the series, plus the ability to take part in battles in gyms and try their luck by catching rare (and not so much) monsters in Reides. If you think that this content is still little for the game, we have something to say: your idea is not wrong. Speaking to Bloomberg, Tsunekazu Ishihara, executive of the Pokémon Company, revealed that the game is still in its early stages, and that Niantic has a lot in mind for the players. “We have achieved only 10% of what the Pokémon [Company] and Niantic are trying to do, so moving forward we still have core franchise experiences to include in the game, such as creature trading, one-on-one battles and other possibilities,” revealed Ishihara during the chat. He also commented on having knowledge that the game may have created some social problems, such as the fact that crowds of people can cause confusion (and this is true, given that there is always someone complaining in areas with players battling on Reides) and the question that many are distracted as they stare at the screen. “This is something we should focus on and think about,” he said.
Pokémon Posted on setembro 9, 2017