Pokemon Go gets an AR boost on Android with ARCore support

Pokemon is charged with augmented reality experience. The AR view is the first thing most people turn off when they start the game. Nonetheless, game developer Niantic added support for ARCore, Google's augmented reality SDK, to improve this aspect of Android's game.

This is an update similar to what iOS has already updated to support ARKit at the end of last year. With the iOS update, virtual monsters have a greater presence around the globe and are able to see the actual surface more accurately than float in the center of the frame. Android users will need ARCore compatible phones to use the new "AR +" mode.

Despite its apparent peak when it first debuted in 2016, Pokemon Go has seen continuous updates over the next two years. Most recently, Ninatic announced that it would add a fourth-generation series of creatures, and it was the first time that they exchanged monsters earlier this year.

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