Pokemon Go has 8-Bit graphics for April Fool’s Day

By | April 1, 2018

The most popular Augmented Reality based game, Pokemon Go is celebrating the April Fool’s day by switching their game to 8-Bit Graphics. Players of the Pokemon Go game around the world will start experiencing the new 8-Bit Graphics Pokemon Go game on their devices from today. 

Pokemon Go’s publishers have released an official statement regarding their new venture for this April Fool’s day. According to their official page, “Experience Pokemon Go like never before with cutting-edge 8-bit graphics!” Further they added, “Registering approximately twice the definition of 4K, the chunky squares of each pixel provide realistic detail and unbelievable definition.”

You can see how the new Pokemon Go 8-Bit Graphics game would like on your device from the above listed image. Yes, the 8-Bit Graphics edition of the Pokemon Go would exactly look like the above image to your device.

Pokemon Go players and other fans can explore this new retro style graphics within the Pokemon Go’s Sun and Moon section. They have completely replaced the 3D models with the retro style 8-Bit Graphics to relive those golden early days of gaming back once again.

Well, they have replaced only a few models within the game and not the entire catalogue of the models. So yes, there are some models which are still available in original 3D modes so you can explore them normally. However, a few models have changed with 8-Bit Graphics to amuse the players of the game. If you tap on the Pokemon through PokeDex or Pokemon Screen, it will show you the 3D model of the Pokemon.

The officials have not confirmed this new 8-Bit Graphics introductions on the game, however, we can easily figure out the availability of this new 8-Bit Graphics on the game i.e. on April 1st. The world celebrates this day as April Fool’s day and to make the gamers of this game fool on this day, they seem to have changed the game with 8-Bit Graphics.

On the availability of this 8-Bit Graphics, “We feel 100% confident in saying that you’ve never seen Pokémon like this in Pokémon GO!” their blogpost reads. “We’re looking forward to your feedback on this brand-new feature. Tell us your thoughts on our latest update with #PokemonGO, and be sure to include a picture of your favorite Pokémon!”

This could be just the joking manner from the developers of the game and this 8-Bit Graphics is here for temporary period of time. The entire game will be changed back again very soon, at least we hope so!

We people have forgotten the celebrations of such traditional days on the Internet and to make them all amaze, the developers and publishers of the Pokemon Go game have come up with this new idea.