The Perfect Promotion for Pokémon: Detective Pikachu has finally come to fruition when Niantic Pokémon GO has added some movie assets.
From Tuesday at 4 o'clock. At the same time and time, May 17, Pokémon GO players taking photos with the enhanced GO Snapshot camera can meet Detective Pikachu with the Deerstalker cap and then have a chance to capture the creature in a blog post. detailing the action gives players an increased chance to find the pocket monsters featured in the movie, including Bulbasaur, Jigglypuff, Psyduck, Snubbull, and Aipom (in standard and glossy variations). The game offers raids and fieldwork with the characters of the movie. In addition, experience XP is doubled for each Pokémon trapped in the wild, regardless of their movie status.
In addition, players have the opportunity to add movie articles to their avatars in the game, including T-shirts with the movie logo and a detective hat with Pikachu ears that players can purchase on the official website.
At Publication When I asked about the Pixel Playground app's Detective Pikachu Playmoji Pack last week, I wondered aloud if film promotion would find its way to the AR game, which would change its name and IP address. Bloodlines divides, and the wishes of the fans were fulfilled.  For those who continue to earn points, we're at least three summers in a series of theatrical releases linked to a location-based AR game. Last summer it was the Jurassic Park franchise. This summer it is Pokémon. Next summer we have a new Ghostbusters rate in addition to his own geocached game (assuming the production is not derailed).
You know, now I want a location-based Marvel game that will drop in the summer of 2021 with the Avengers Playmoji and whatever Marvel movies.