Niantic today revealed  that the long-awaited Pokemon Go Plus wearable will be available as early as next week.

The wearable will be available from Friday, September 16th, a date which comes after the device has been delayed for quite some time now.

In case you don’t know, Pokemon Go Plus is a clip-on Bluetooth wearable that will link with the Pokemon Go game, allowing you to do various functions in the game from the clip.

It will vibrate whenever a PokeStop of Pokemon is nearby and allow you to catch any Pokemon that you have already registered in the Pokedex with a simple button press.

Basically, it will allow you to play the game without having to be constantly looking at your phone screen.

Pokemon Go Plus is available to pre-order today, and will launch on September 16th for £34.99.

You can find out more about it, and pre-order the Plus at the source link below.

Source: Nintendo

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