Nintendo Treehouse Showcases Over 40 Minutes of Pokémon GO Gameplay in a New E3 2016 Livestream

on June 15, 2016 7:51 PM

Pokémon GO was one of many titles showcased during Day Two of Nintendo’s Treehouse livestream. Viewers who tuned in were able to check out brand new gameplay — over 40 minutes of it — from the highly anticipated mobile title.

The livestream also reveals how players to find and catch more than a hundred different Pokémon as they explore real life environments using the interface, as well as features a live Q&A with the Pokémon GO developers, Shigeru Miyamoto and two of the game’s beta testers.

Check out the full video posted below.

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