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Pokemon Go Will Soon Get Co-Op Multiplayer; Update Brings Other New Features

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Pokemon Go Will Soon Get Co-Op Multiplayer; Update Brings Other New Features
Highlights
  • The game has over 65 million active monthly users
  • Latest update brings along minor improvements
  • The latest update is available on Google Play and App store

Pokemon Go has struggled to remain relevant after becoming hugely successful last year but seems like Niantic, the game developer behind the app, is pulling up its socks to get some of its users back. Niantic has announced that the company will soon be adding "all new cooperative social gameplay experiences" to the augmented-reality mobile game going ahead. The company has also pushed out the version 0.61.0 update on Google Play and version 1.31.0 update on App Store respectively, with new features.

Apart from the mention of the upcoming co-op multiplayer element, Niantic also shared that the game is currently enjoying a user base of over 65 million monthly active users.

"Yesterday, Pokemon Go won the Best Mobile and Handheld Game at the British Academy of Film, Television and Arts Game Awards. We are surprised and grateful to be awarded this honour. We owe the continued momentum and recognition to the dedicated players exploring the world and creating adventures together in Pokemon Go. Each and every award Pokemon Go has won is a testament to the game's awesome and supportive community," the company said in a blog post.

Moving to the latest update to the game, it brings along support for traditional Chinese language, updates the Pokemon collection screen scroll bar, and carries various bug fixes, as per the change-log on Google Play.

We will have to wait for Niantic to provide additional details about the co-op element of the game but as the latest update doesn't bring any remarkable improvement to the game, it seems unlikely that players will be returning to the game any time soon.

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