Buy Pokemon Go Account developer Niantic has discussed the future of its augmented-reality mobile game, specifically one feature that could be carried over from the studio’s previous game, Ingress
Speaking in an interview with Game Informer, Niantic founder John Hanke was asked how the studio picks PokeStops and gyms. According to Hanke, this feature was “the result of three years worth of work at Ingress.”
“Ingress is also a game based around locations. Ingress is a sci-fi game, the locations are puzzles in Ingress, players can control portals to power them up, to link them together, to form fields, or two teams,” he explained. “These portals–when we started that project with Google–we seeded that database of global locations, with historical markers, and a database of public artwork, and statues.
A subset of the data the Ingress portal mapping process yielded was used for gyms and PokeStops. Although Niantic has since stopped taking portal submissions for Ingress, Hanke said it is “actively working on a way to re-enable submissions.” This could carry over to Pokemon Go, but Hanke didn’t commit to the idea.
The bi-weekly iterations were described as “a general rule of thumb” and an idea of the tempo Niantic plans to update the game at. As previously indicated, in the near-term, it plans to add trading as a new feature “fairly soon,” along with further gameplay depth to PokeStops and gyms.
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