Pokemon Go
"Pokémon Go" for Android and iOS. Official Pokemon Channel/YouTube/Screenshot

New footage has emerged from SXSW showing Niantic CEO, John Hanke presenting the first real gameplay of the mobile title "Pokemon Go."

As Kotaku reports, no official video or transcript of the talk exists anywhere else so there is a chance that the clip is a fake. However, "Pokemon Go" will release sometime later this year and the fact that Hanke did give a talk at SXSW last week gives us hope that the video is indeed real.

The video demonstrates how Pokemon will appear in the real world and how users will capture them. We see that Pokemon only appear in appropriate areas as an Ivysaur appears on grassy terrain in the video. Check out the video below:

"Pokemon Go" is an upcoming augmented-reality game for mobile phones developed by Niantic, Inc. The game will be released alongside the "Pokemon Go" Plus, which is a small wearable device developed by Nintendo, which uses a Bluetooth connection to notify users when a Pokemon is nearby with a LED and a light rumble.

The game will be free-to-play, although it will support in-app purchases and is available for both iOS and Android platforms.

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