Pokémon Go has announced details of a new AR photo mode feature to encourage players to get creative with their collection. After that feature launched, a lot of people starting sharing screenshots of their Pokemon encounters, which in turn led to the development of another new feature that Niantic is announcing today. Pokemon and reality are getting increasingly closer to each other!
The new feature can be utilized by navigating to either a specific Pokemon in your storage or accessing the camera through the bag.
With the camera on you can throw your chosen Pokemon's poke ball to where you want to take the pictures.
"We've been inspired by the incredible photos Trainers have taken in AR+ mode and exploring new ways to further bridge the digital and physical worlds through Niantic's enhanced AR technologies" Ryuta Hiroi, Niantic's product manager, said in the statement.
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"Is your Pokemon distracted or looking the wrong way?"
Any photos you take using the Go Snapshot feature will automatically be saved to your device, allowing you to easily share them with friends and on social media. Niantic simply says that Snapshot will be arriving in Pokemon GO "soon", so it sounds like we won't be able to use it right away.
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