Pokemon Go gets a new improved AR shooting feature that allows players to take pictures of Pokemon in the real world.
Go Snapshot allows players to pose and take pictures of Pokemon in any real world mode they choose.
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Go Snapshot seems pretty straight forward. Simply choose a Pokemon from your collection, scan your real environment, make up the chosen Pokemon, take your photo and share it with your friends.
Even better, Pokemon will scale to their environment ̵
It may not be Pokemon Snap, but it is a feature that fans have wanted for a while, considering that images of Pokemon in reality could only be taken during the fighting earlier – when you are not exactly worried about how they are posing.
Niantic has not announced when we will see the new feature, but we know it will "soon".