When Pokemon Go released in mid-July last year it took the world by storm, reinvigorating the game franchise many adults loved as kids, combining nostalgia with modern technology.
After a couple of months, the game has stagnated, with most hardcore players having caught all available Pokemon, and the nostalgia for most casual players having worn off. Niantic, the company behind Pokemon Go, announced that the second generation of Pokemon would be arriving in the games update later this week.
With this comes around 80 new Pokemon to discover and catch, adding a new dimension to the game, appeasing fans and bringing back players who deleted the app a couple months ago.
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