trade pokemon

Apr 25

Trade pokemon

Images: Pokemon GO

Of course this market is only in its infancy now, so this kind of feature is likely some way off. By then, hype surrounding the game could have completely died off. That's assuming the AR market takes off in the first place. 


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History is a feature that allows you to see the past 25 trades you've made. It will track any and all trades, including Gifts and Wonder Trade.



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If you've gone outside in the past three days (and I hope you have), you may have noticed that hordes of people have been roaming the streets in unprecedented numbers. No, they're not zombies. They're just "Pokemon Go" players, enjoying Niantic, Inc.'s new augmented reality game. I, for one, have been a diehard Pokémon fan since the age of six, and have loved the ways the app has brought me back to my glory days — but there's one feature I've been missing. Can you trade in "Pokemon Go"? As of the app's release, you can't trade, but trading Pokemon may be an update coming soon to "Pokemon Go's" set of features.

As anyone who played Pokemon Red, Blue, or Yellow knows, trading Pokemon between Pokemon Trainers is an essential part of gameplay, and some Pokemon only appear in certain versions. I had Red as a kid, which meant that I had to wait to see my cousins (who had Blue) on the holidays so that I could trade my Growlithe for their Vulpix. Hard times, man. Hard times.

Niantic, Inc. CEO John Hanke clearly recognizes the importance of trading as a feature. In a recent interview with Tech Insider, he said, "[Trading] is kind of a core element." I haven't read anything to suggest that different "versions" of "Pokemon Go" exist, meaning that any player should theoretically be able to catch or evolve every Pokemon in the game. However, it's always nifty to be able to trade one of your high-level Pokemon with a friend as a gift, or help out a new "Pokemon Go" pal you might have made while out on a Pokemon-catching jaunt.

Hanke said that there will also be improvements to the game's augmented reality system, which may even include integration with one of the many virtual reality devices that are poised to enter the market. If you think that seeing Pokemon through your phone is a worthwhile experience, just wait — your phone might be redundant sooner rather than later!

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Source: http://www.pocket-lint.com/news/138197-pokemon-go-will-let-you-trade-characters-in-upcoming-update


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Hanke said that there will also be improvements to the game's augmented reality system, which may even include integration with one of the many virtual reality devices that are poised to enter the market. If you think that seeing Pokemon through your phone is a worthwhile experience, just wait — your phone might be redundant sooner rather than later!

With a dedicated AR device running Pokemon, players wouldn't need to be staring at their phones, instead they would have the image beamed directly to their eyes using a headset of some kind. 

Like most Nearby Places, the Trade Centre also has Upgrades you can purchase. Currently, only Trade Center Expansions are available at the Trade Centre. They cost 1,000 GP each, and they will increase the number of trades by five and the collection area by ten.



Pokemon developers, Niantic are already working hard on building new features in to its hit mobile game. Speaking to Tech Insider, the developers claim that Pokemon Go players will soon be able to trade characters. This is just one of many upcoming features designed to keep players onboard and playing longer. 

Niantic CEO John Hanke told TI that having the ability to trade Pokemon characters is "kind of a core element", and something we've seen in classic Pokemon games in the past. Although he didn't reveal the exact mechanics of how this would work, trading ties in well with the what the game is trying to do which is basically just encouraging players to interact with each other in the AR world. 

As well as the key trading feature, upcoming updates will also include new ways to interact and play with Pokéstops and Gyms. These are the landmarks in the real world where players go to stock up on items, build up their experience and battle each other. Game players will soon be able to customise their functions, rather than use them in only their current "basic" state. 

More importantly, the core mechanics of the game will be updated with more advanced AR technology. Although specifics weren't really given, Hanke said that the current implementation is a "great first step", but that there is much more available to them which they can implement. In future we might even see the title updated to work on dedicated AR devices. These could be the likes of HoloLens, or the Magic Leap device Google has been working on for some time. 

With a dedicated AR device running Pokemon, players wouldn't need to be staring at their phones, instead they would have the image beamed directly to their eyes using a headset of some kind. 

Of course this market is only in its infancy now, so this kind of feature is likely some way off. By then, hype surrounding the game could have completely died off. That's assuming the AR market takes off in the first place. 

Source: https://www.bustle.com/articles/171676-can-you-trade-in-pokemon-go-not-yet-but-an-update-might-change-that-soon