Pokemon Go Plus: Wearable Pokemon Accessory Delayed Until September
The device was originally slated for a July release, but manufacturers have pushed the date back by a couple of months. Nintendo America confirmed the news via Twitter.
The accessory links up with the video game, buzzing and notifying you when a Pokemon is nearby. It will retail for $34.99, offering “new experiences to play Pokémon GO with Pokémon GO Plus with a quality level high enough to satisfy as many people as possible, we decided that it is necessary to take enough time for the completion,” said a company spokesperson.
The wearable device uses Bluetooth Low Energy when combined with a smartphone’s technology. The accessory has already sold out.
The delay is the result of the app update necessary to sync the device not being available yet.
Nintendo recently released a list of the 10 most powerful Pokemon in the game, based on three statistics: Attack, Defense and Stamina.
The follow list show you, dominated by legendary flying Pokemon and the two Mews.
Most of these Pokemon cannot be obtained as of now. A list of the 10 strongest pokemon that you can access:
A man recently announced that he is the first person to catch all the Pokemon in the game.