Recent news and updates revealed the modifications that "Pokemon Go" releases beta footage to strengthen the business deals and solidify presence in the gaming world. The beta is forecast to bring in an influx of sales and revenues for "Pokemon Go."
In a post from Gamespot, "Australian Pokemon Go beta testing program has uploaded some footage from the highly anticipated upcoming free-to-play mobile game and the clip below shows off about 10 minutes of footage, covering the character creation process and actual gameplay."
A free-to-play game supported by microtransactions, "Pokemon Go" is set to launch in full later this year. The Pokemon Go field test debuted in Japan and was recently expanded to Australia and New Zealand and the beta will come to other countries, potentially the United States and Europe, at a later time, reports the same post.
For the viewers, "Pokemon Go" is incorporating real elements and embedded it on the game, bringing in real location-based real-world/video game hybrid Ingress. As for the Niantic, it is being named as "Real World" gaming platform that pushes players to delve outside and see the real world and its beauty.
"Pokémon GO" has rendered positive updates particularly with the product hitting the stalls sooner than anticipated. As the game play was unveiled, it is just about time for the "Pokémon GO" gamers to prepare and be ready to roll, Jobs & Hire reports.
As "Pokemon Go" releases the new beta footage, it is forecast to spark up awareness and massive attention for those that have an affinity for the series and at the same time, strengthen business deals.