Niantic is making an augmented reality basketball game with the NBA

Pokemon Go Developer Niantic is developing a new augmented reality mobile game with other well-known partners: the NBA and its players’ association. NBA All World will task you with scouting your neighborhood to find some of the league’s stars like Chris Paul, Steph Curry and James Harden. You can challenge and compete against virtual players in mini-games such as three-point contests before recruiting them to your team.

NBA All World Players can outfit their NBA stars with custom clothing. polygon notes that you can also level up your squad with items you can find in the wild at places like sporting goods stores and convenience stores. You also have the option to compete against others in one-on-one matches using swipe-based commands. These encounters will take place in various locations, including real basketball courts.

Following Pokemon Go and Pikmin bloomNiantic has a few other games in the works. Transformers: Heavy Metal is in the beta phase, but is only available in a few countries for the time being. The same applies peridota modern AR version of Tamagotchi.

It is not yet clear when exactly Niantic will appear NBA All World, but the game will soon enter a soft launch phase. If you are interested, you can sign up for updates.

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