Pokémon Go’s next five years: plans for the future of AR, and when the game runs out of Pokémon

This weekend sees the Pokémon Go fan community finally descend upon Liverpool, for the game’s first ever UK Safari Zone. Of course, this event was supposed to happen last year, back in March 2020, but the world had other plans.

Now rejigged as a hybrid event, where players can travel to Liverpool’s Sefton Park or play remotely, this revived gathering is another stepping stone back to “normality” for a game which has been forced to make huge changes over the past 18 months – but which has emerged still as popular as ever.

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