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Pokémon GO player discovers a Pokéstop in the real world

We return with more curious news about Pokémon GO, and this time more positive than usual. a player of Pokémon GO called Vain found what many trainers would like to find in real life: a PokéStop. This discovery took place in River Falls, Wisconsin. The statue mimics the game’s blue icon perfectly.

Real Life Pokestop in Midwest Wisconsin
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The PokéStop had a noticeable volume of snow, but even with those characteristics the player was able to scan it with the AR feature of Pokémon GO. As you well know, this function allows Niantic obtain data on the location of the game to be able to update and develop the map.

Unlike the game’s PokéStops, this one can’t spin, but it’s still a very iconic symbol of major landmarks and one of Pokémon GO’s item drop points. Will there be more real-life PokéStops in other areas of the world?

Remember that there are many news in recent weeks and we can already know the first details about the Pokémon GO Fest 2023, among other news.

What would you do if you could find a PokéStop in real life? We read you in the comments.

Source: GameRant.

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