The Pokémon series have been a huge part of millions of lives of children and adults around the world. Over the years, it proved that it is one of the most famous games ever produced. Now, here's the latest news about the much-awaited "Pokémon Z" and "Pokémon GO."
Last year, several online reports published Pokémon Go and Pokémon Z will be released in the first quarter of 2016, but trusted sources say it is not true. The two upcoming Pokémon games will not be released soon because the developers are still making adjustments in the game.
According to MoviePilot, the developers just recently finished the game's beta test, and Nintendo Company has not yet released any official announcement about the launching of Pokémon Z and Pokémon Go. It is highly likely that the February release date is not true and that period is too short. It is safe to assume that developers are preparing to make the games remarkable for Pokémon fans around the world.
In addition to the release date speculations, Nintendo Company is known for making formal announcements, through online trailers or via Nintendo Direct episode, before releasing a new game. Most of Pokémon fans say it is unlikely that the company will simply launch Pokémon Z and Pokémon Go without any official announcements beforehand.
Pokémon Z is set to be the next edition of "Pokémon X" and "Pokémon Y." These games are developed by Game Freak Studios, with the help of the Pokémon company. Previously, we reported about Pokémon Zygarde, who is rumored to be the central character in Pokemon Z. The legendary Pokémon has five different forms: Cell, Core, 10% Form, 50% Form and Complete Form.
On another hand, Pokémon Go is under Niantic Inc, who is famous for developing augmented-reality games. The game developer recently received a $20 million donation to boost the Go's progress.
"For the first time, Pokémon will roam free in the real world. Pokémon GO will allow players to capture Pokémon, who inhabit parks, shopping areas, sidewalks and the countryside all around the world," Founder of Niantic John Hanke told PC Advisor.
Pokemon Go is a virtual-augmented game wherein players have to hunt their own virtual monsters in real locations around the globe.
For more Pokémon news, 2016 marks the 20th-anniversary celebration of "Pokémon Red" and "Pokémon Green," which is the original Pokémon games that were released in February 1996.