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Niantic Teasing Legendary Pokemon For This Summer

Niantic Teasing Legendary Pokemon For This Summer

It's pretty clear that those words were carefully selected, and given how players have gone almost a year without any sign of the game's legendary Pokemon, the time seems right for Niantic to finally release them.

While picking up the five gongs Niantic had been awarded, one for best mobile game, Bhargava told the crowd: "This summer is going to be legendary". If we're lucky, Niantic will be back at E3 during Nintendo's Treehouse Live presentations and we can get some more information regarding future updates. Well, rumors suggest that it is likely to be in July, on Pokemon GO's first anniversary. Bhargava accepted the awards and simply said those five words, igniting the fanbase once again out of its slumber.

"This summer will be legendary". Of course that trailer featured a lot of stuff that hasn't made its way into the game, so we can pretty much ignore that.

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South Korea has been mostly spared from the global cyber chaos that crippled scores of governments and companies in 150 countries. Also hit were Deutsche Bahn, the Russian Central Bank, Russian Railways, Russia's Interior Ministry, Megafon and Telefónica.

Well, until the release of the Legendary Pokemon, fans can enjoy engaging in the ongoing Pokemon Go events. Less than a month ago, Niantic CEO John Hanke teased that a Pokemon GO legendary event would be coming soon and promised concerned fans that the developer wouldn't do this with half-measures. That gives players a full week to increase the amount of rock-type Pokemon they have.

Co-op community style events would be great. It is expected to become part of the game in any of the next few updates. None of them were available when the game launched, and even with the addition of Generation 2 Pokemon, we've still never seen a Legendary Pokemon in-game. The three teams are fashioned after the three Legendary Birds from the original games.

It appears that Niantic is gearing up to unleash something big for its popular mobile gaming app "Pokemon Go".

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