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The developer of the wildly popular “Pokemon” GO on the game it has made it easier for gamers to get the game to be played indoors, in the middle of the corona virus outbreak.

“The safety and security of our global community, it is our number one priority. COVID-19 are challenging to us and to the world, to fit in,” tweeted Niantic Labs, on the 12th of March. “We will continue our focus on enhancing the features and user reviews at our games that can be enjoyed by an individual, institution, and encourage exploration!”

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The augmented reality game will let players “capture” the digital creatures in real world locations via their smartphone. Digital items that can be used in the game can be found in the so-called ” PokeStops, which are often located at the real places of interest.

In a blog post, Niantic Labs, explained that the changes to be effective March 12, until further notice. The move will make it easier for players to collect “Pokemon” GO on the samples, without venturing out, according to Polygon’s website.

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“As part of our commitment to the safety and security of its players, and for the next 30 days, we will be removed from the walk-through requirement to GO to the Battle League and around the world, it is possible to create Trainers everywhere to take part in,” tweeted Niantic Labs, which is on the 13th of March.

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“Pokemon GO,” which soon became a worldwide phenomenon when it was released in 2016, but it will also lead to the safety of the public fears, in the midst of all the worries about distracted pedestrians and cyclists, dangerous driving, and trespassing.

The Associated Press contributed to this report. Follow James Rogers on Twitter @jamesjrogers

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