The Pokemon GO Plus watch buzzes when a Pokemon is nearby in the upcoming augmented reality smartphone game.

Millions of people worldwide have immersed themselves in the world of Pokémon. Since the first game in 1995, kids and adults alike have adopted the role of Pokémon trainer in a virtual space; Pokémon GO aims to bring that opportunity into the physical world and update the game’s concept to take advantage of cutting-edge tech. The upcoming game for Android and iOS uses augmented reality and smartphone GPS data to allow players to battle and capture Pokémon that will visualize in real-world places they visit.

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