Pokemon GO Plus Now In Stock At Walmart for $35

The Pokemon GO Plus is now officially back in stock at Walmart, and it's priced at just $34.99. The Pokemon GO Plus wearable has been a very popular device since Pokemon GO launched last summer. Nintendo had to originally delay the wearable a few months, and then when it did actually launch, they had very limited supply. Now that many people have stopped playing Pokemon GO or lost interest in the game, there isn't as much demand for the product, so that retailers are able to keep them in stock, at least for a little while now. Walmart is offering up the Pokemon GO Plus for $34.99 and giving you free 3-5 day shipping. Of course, this may depend on where you are located, as Walmart does have fulfillment centers across the country, and may give you different shipping estimates.

What the Pokemon GO Plus wearable does is it essentially lets you know when there is a Poke Stop or a Pokemon nearby. Allowing you to play the game without having to walk around outside with your phone running the game the entire time. This is a pretty important wearable for anyone that is a serious trainer in Pokemon GO, as it allows you to save your phone's battery. The Pokemon GO Plus connects to your phone using Bluetooth, so you will need to keep it connected whenever you are out hunting for Pokemon, and be quick when it vibrates on your wrist, so you can capture that Pokemon before it runs away. The Pokemon GO Plus works with both Android and iOS, the two platforms that currently have the Pokemon GO game available.

Pokemon GO debuted in the summer of last year to much fanfare, after being an April Fool's joke from Google. The game, developed by Niantic Labs (which used to be part of Google, then it decided to go on its own, Google is still a shareholder though), is the successor to their original game Ingress. The game is mostly the same, but with Pokemon instead of just hunting for, hacking and capturing portals. You can pick up the Pokemon GO Plus from the link below.

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