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Niantic updates Pokémon GO with stunning graphics

The study said that the title has more definition than the 4K

If you are one of the players who demand high-quality graphics, this could be interesting. Niantic Lab announced today that Pokémon GO, its popular game for mobile devices, already has an update to improve the graphics section of the game, and we must tell you that the result is great.

From this moment on, you will be able to enjoy Pokémon GO like never before, as Niantic worked to add "twice as much definition as 4K". For this, it was necessary to completely change the game engine, and that's how the studio achieved images that will leave you with your mouth open.

"Our commitment has always been to offer you the most realistic graphics experience possible, which is why we are excited to share our latest breakthrough with millions of Pokémon GO coaches from around the world," the study said on the game's website. "From today, you can be one of the first to try this innovative graphics engine."

But we do not tell you anymore, better check the following image that shows the power of the new Pokémon GO graphics engine.

Disappointed? It's not so bad. Evidently, everything is a joke of April Fools' Day, but Niantic wanted to get ahead a little. However, there is a good news, and that is that the update is available in Pokémon GO for all players, so run to update your application to see your Pokémon as in the old days of the Game Boy.

"Live Pokémon GO like never before with innovative 8-bit graphics! With roughly double the definition of 4K, the consistent squares of each pixel provide realistic detail and incredible definition," Niantic wrote. "Your Pokédex will look completely real in a way hitherto unimaginable on any device ever created."

For now, we advise you to verify your application to see the Pokémon in 8 bits, since it will only be available for a limited time. In the end, Niantic asked the fans to give their opinion on this feature and although it seems unlikely that the change will continue, remember that Pokémon GO was born by an April Fools' Day joke, so anything is possible.

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