An accessory device to the widely popular Pokemon GO, dubbed Pokemon GO Plus, has been delayed from July to a September release.
Pokemon GO Plus enables players to walk around without having to look at there phones to find Pokemon. Worn on the wrist or backpack strap, the Bluetooth connected device vibrates when a PokeStop or Pokemon are nearby. At the push of a button, the player is then able to interact with the game.
Initially planned for a July release, the device’s launch has now been pushed to September, according to Nintendo of America’s official Twitter page –
— Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) July 27, 2016
The news comes on the back of the Nintendo stock dropping, with the game already losing users after the app peaked on the Android PlayStore and Apple AppStore.
The device is currently available for pre-order on Amazon.com, so you can still pre-order one if you think you’ll still be playing by the time Pokemon GO Plus hits the market.
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