Pokémon Go, If you are not already aware of Pokémon Go, it is a game that is based around the premise of having people go out and have some physical activity while attempting to capture Pokémon and meet other people. Although going out these days for a Pokémon raid is not the ideal option as people around the world are self-isolating and remaining at home because of the covid19.
So, where does that leave fans of Pokemon Go?
Well, to make it more stay-at-home friendly, developer Niantic is making some improvements to this wildly successful game. And if you think the lockdowns and movement constraints of the coronavirus have had some significant effect on the money-spinning performance of the game, the truth will surprise you.
WILL THE GAME CRASH BECAUSE OF CORONA?
Because of the coronavirus pandemic, many people are opting to stay home now more than they ever have before. Despite that, Pokemon GO, a game known for its success focused on activity and socializing in the real world, has not been impacted.
Over the week of March 16, 2020, Pokemon GO created $23 million in player spending, according to Sensor Tower. It’s a week-over-week 66.7 percent boost. Players account for 34 percent of the total in the United States. They spent $7.8 million on smartphone titles during the week.
Pokemon GO has implemented many changes as of late knowing that its users have been staying indoors. The approach has thus far proven successful.
EMBRACING REAL-WORLD GAMING FROM HOME
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