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In Pokémon Go, players catch various Pokémon, evolve them using candies, and/or train them in order to capture gyms for their chosen team. These Pokémon are mapped to locations in the real world using GPS technology. PokéStops located at various real-world landmarks aid in this by distributing items for use in catching and battling with Pokémon.
- Main article: Map View
Map View basically is home screen of the game after loading screen. Most of the game elements are accessible from this screen.
Below there is a full list of major game elements and mechanics in Pokémon GO.
- Pokémon-related resources
- Map View
- Daily Bonus
- Trading (future, currently unimplemented game element)
Warnings and noticesEdit
Top Screen NoticesEdit
- Main article: Pokémon GO/Easter Eggs
- Main article: Pokémon GO/Known Issues
- Main article: Pokémon GO/Development
- Main article: List of game updates
Pokémon GO PlusEdit
- Main article: Pokémon GO Plus
- Main article: Global release dates for Pokémon Go
Pokémon Go first launched on July 6, 2016 in the United States, Australia and new Zealand, before releasing in other countries around the world. It is currently not available in some countries such as China and Russia.