This Might Be The First Look At Pokémon Go In Action

A YouTube video has been making the rounds in what could be our first glimpse at Nintendo’s upcoming augment reality Pokémon game for smartphones.

The video seems to be part of a talk by John Hanke, CEO of Pokémon Go developers Niantic, during the SXSW Gaming convention last week.

While there’s no official videos or transcript of the talk, which was covering the future of AR (Augmented Reality) games, it is highly likely that these are the early looks at the upcoming Pokémon Go as the game is set for testing in Japan in March.

Nintendo fans, what do you think? Does the AR Pokémon Go title look good enough for you to play?

Source: YouTube via Kotaku

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