Nintendo is developing a new game, Pokémon Go that will allow players to catch Pokémon monsters in real locations.
The game will be available for iOS and Android in 2016 and is being made in partnership with Niantic -- the company responsible for the location-based game Ingress.
One of the game's key promises is to connect players by locality using a device called Pokémon Go Plus.
Using bluetooth, the wearable gadget will not only help to catch monsters but also vibrate and flash when there are game-related developments in the players' vicinity, Engadget reports.
Fan went into melt down, tweeting:
In Pokémon Go, you can find Magmar and Arcanine next to my mixtape.— Moon River | ♤☆ (@AceStarThe3rd) September 10, 2015
Watch how the missing person rate increase once Pokemon Go drops. People going be out here on real life Pokemon Journeys.— ...you done yet? (@LowkeyAAHIL) September 10, 2015
When Pokemon Go comes out I feel like it will consume my life— evan d (@evandsears) September 10, 2015
This is it. This is the Pokémon game we've always wanted, and it's finally coming. http://t.co/hSNSCTDpYz— Dario Sepulveda (@mithical) September 10, 2015
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I watched the Pokemon Go trailer, whilst I was half asleep and assumed it was a dream, but it wasn't and this is the BEST THING EVER— Tom Burns (@TomRPI) September 10, 2015
Pokemon Go is a dream come true— Matt Brandl (@TheAbsol) September 10, 2015
I thought pokemon go was an april fools joke— amber rogers (@egomatter) September 10, 2015
If i'm in a meeting and a wild Charizard appears on my Pokemon Go behind my boss. Metrics on hold, it's getting caught.— Brandon Egley (@BrandonEgley) September 10, 2015
I like the idea of Pokemon Go. Ever since I was a kid I wanted Pokemon irl, this is a step closer. Got my balls ready ;)— Razz (@Razzbowski) September 10, 2015
FINALLY.. Pokemon Go.. I can't wait..— Jamal Edwards MBE (@jamaledwards) September 10, 2015