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Pokémon GO Gets Halloween-Themed Event

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Though the Pokémon GO craze has died down a bit from its early popularity, the game is still going strong with new updates and features. The developers at Niantic are working hard to keep the fanbase engaged with new content while also making the game safer, by discouraging people from playing while in the car. Now, a new event is coming to the game that promises to add even more fun for players. The Halloween-themed event will make it easier to capture some of Pokémon GO’s spookiest Pokémon while increasing player rewards for the trick-or-treaters in all of us.

Added on the 24/10/2016 14:59:08 - Copyright : Wochit

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