Your Pikachu photos are about to look a lot better. Today, Niantic announced the latest feature coming to Pokémon Go — called “Go snapshot” — which will expand the photo capabilities in the game, building on the AR+ feature that first debuted in late 2017.
Currently, Pokémon Go players can take augmented reality photos of pokémon they encounter in the wild, and it has proved to be a popular feature — so much so that Niantic says players regularly requested more options. The new snapshot mode extends the feature to all the pokémon in your storage. Now, when you select a pokémon in your bag, there will be a camera icon, and from there, you can move to the snapshot tool. The process seems both simple and playful; to get a pokémon where you…
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