First look at Nintendo's next big Pokemon game
We'd love to tell you that the GIF above is how it's going to look, but that'd be a lie - that's an image from the game's debut trailer, which was first shown back in February during the Super Bowl.
So, what does this new Pokemon game look like in reality? Let's dive in.
In "Pokémon GO", you'll incorporate real life maps into your singular goal: capture Pokémon in the wild!
When you come upon one, like Squirtle here, you may be able to capture them. It depends on your "level" — how much you've played and how much you've done.
In "Pokémon GO," you'll use a combination of your phone's location technology and your phone's camera. That way you're not just walking around staring down at your phone, but instead using it as a reference point while tracking wild pocket monsters.
"Pokémon" is a portmanteau of the words "pocket" and "monster." Now you know!