Niantic adds a more robust photo mode to Pokemon Go that lets you feel like you're playing a sequel to Pokemon Snap. (Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez in New York should be.)
The Go Snapshot feature, which comes "soon", lets you take pictures of Pokemon you've already captured, using mobile games.
"Choose a Pokemon and tap the screen to throw its Poke Ball to that location. When your Pokemon is in the perfect spot, you can then move it around to find the best angle for your photo," said Niantic on Tuesday. statement.
"Is your Pokemon distracted or looking the wrong way? Brush it over to get their attention, and it will be safe to meet you. "
So you can basically get Pokemon you've captured to make your bidding beyond the battles by having them pose for photos. you take will automatically be saved to your device.
"We've been inspired by the amazing images. Coaches have been in AR + mode and are exploring new ways to further bridge the digital and physical worlds through Niantic's enhanced AR technology," said Ryuta Hiroi, Niantic's Product Manager.
The expanded reality game was released in July 2016 and has since been. That was more than $ 68 million in January, according to the Sensor Tower. In September, it bought [$ .
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