Pokémon GO will see players catch, trade, and battle their monsters in the real world by utilizing location information.
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In addition to playing on your iOS or Android device, you’ll also be able to follow along with the action using the Pokémon GO Plus, a Bluetooth-enabled wearable device that vibrates, lights up and lets you perform in-game actions like locating and catching nearby Pokémon.
Pokémon GO will launch sometime in 2016 as a free-to-play title with in-app purchases.
➤ Pokémon GO Allows Players to Catch ‘em All in the Real World [BusinessWire]