Pokémon GO seems to be stepping adult a eventuality game. Previously, a monster-catching mobile diversion has focused on practical events that are a same no matter where we are in a world, yet this summer a developer is drumming into real-world, location-based festivals that change a diversion for players in a sold place — an suitable office for a pretension that’s tangible by a attribute to reality. The biggest of these is Pokémon GO Fest, a vast celebration in Chicago where trainers will attend in special hurdles that will transparent tellurian rewards. Just as interesting, however, are a array of European events during Unibail-Rodamco selling centers that seem to guarantee some formerly unattainable rewards.
From a commencement of this game, completing a Pokédex has compulsory a certain grade of travel. Certain Pokémon are region-locked, definition that you’re usually going to find a Farfetch’d in Asia, you’re usually going to find a Tauros in North America, you’re usually going to find a Mr. Mime in Europe, etc. Region-locked Pokémon meant that anyone who didn’t get on a craft couldn’t utterly finish a non-legendary Pokédex, and it was generally deliberate an peak feat to contend that we had finished “the North American Pokédex,” or whatever Pokédex we happened to be operative with. The best place to simply finish a ‘dex, we suspect would be somewhere in Central Asia.
It appears that Niantic is going to disencumber that adult a bit with these “Safari Zone” events, that guarantee that trainers will be means to obstacle Pokémon formerly taken in Europe, and that reads as a flattering transparent denote that segment exclusives from other regions are going to be accessible for a initial time. It’s good to hear, given while we do like a rite that surrounds a judgment of region-exclusive Pokémon, those vast dull places in a Pokédex can get a bit much, generally when you’re removing tighten to completing a Pokédex command vast and realizing we have small else to do with this game. Most importantly, it gives a good approach to make events like these honestly unique, and we’ve been wondering how a developer would do that given they were initial announced. Niantic also promises “unique raid bosses,” yet as usual, a developer steers transparent of a word like “legendary.”
What’s misleading is either or not events like this will eventually make their approach to other regions, yet it seems like a flattering protected bet, during slightest if a European events go well. We’ve listened zero about region-exclusive Pokémon during Pokémon Go Fest, yet it’s probable they’ll be creation an coming in Chicago as well. It will be engaging to watch a real-world eventuality side of this diversion develop — developer Niantic has been doing it for a while with a other game, Ingress, yet a scale of Pokémon GO raises all sorts of opposite considerations. We’ll find out soon.