Gotta Catch ‘Em All – Pokémon Go is now again in the news and this time Pokémon Go lovers have a real reason to cheer up. According to MacRumors sister site, TouchArcade the company is planning to roll out two new features Pokémon Go Trading and Real-Time Player Battle which were missing in the game are the “coming soon” features Pokémon Go.
John Hanke, CEO and Founder of Pokémon Go, announced in an interview that both co-operative trading and real-time player assault are in the works, despite the fact that their introduction is flatter via a series of updates, further he called this “an abbreviated form”.
The carelessness of these two features during launch time was said to be the disheartening server issues that the company experienced after the launching of Pokémon Go last summer. Hanke declares that “if the company hadn’t been so busy trying to keep servers online, partially one of the features can surely be assembled with 1st version of the game”.
“It’s going to be done soon,” Hanke told to waypoint. He further added that – “It is what it is. I’ll take the massive wave of hysteria we enjoyed, and just deal with the fact that it’s caused us to take a bit longer to get the rest of the features up. We’re really happy to make our users happy.”