Even though the latest news does not reveal the actual release date in July for "Pokémon Go," the fans can rest assured that it will come out for iOS and Android both. Shigeru Miyamoto has also revealed details about "Pokémon Go Plus" release date as well as other optional hardware accessories for the upcoming game.
When Shigeru Miyamoto talked in a live stream Q&A panel among Nintendo, Niantic developers and The Pokémon Company, he surprised everyone with the announcement of "Pokémon Go Plus," an additional hardware accessory for "Pokémon Go" in absence of your phone, and its release date.
Based on developer announcement, Pokémon Go Plus will be available from July and will be priced at $34.99. The gamers were also informed in the same announcement that Nintendo is already wrapping up "Pokémon Go," beta program.
Meanwhile, followed by Miyamoto's announcement, The Pokémon Company President and CEO, Tsunekazu Ishihara, said that the release date information of "Pokémon Go Plus" device indicates that "Pokémon Go" will release sooner than anticipated.
Nintendo also clarified during "Pokémon Go" E3 live stream that the players will be able to catch and train stronger Pokémon. According to recent reports, the game will also offer "candy" rewards.
It is yet to be confirmed whether or not Nintendo will launch local events that will allow players to catch Pokémons, such as Zapdos and Mewtwo, that are hard to find. The company also clarified that it is possible to trade your Pokémon with other players. The players who are looking to trade their Pokémon will be able to do so soon after the launch.