Pokémon are significantly smaller or larger as part of Pokémon GO’s new AR+ mode

As part of Pokémon GO‘s new AR+ mode, Pokémon are now significantly smaller or larger depending on their size. For example, approaching an Oddish looks and feels dramatically different than approaching a Snorlax. You can also take photos from all different types of angles, including from behind the actual Pokémon. To learn more about these features, click here. To see what it looks like to catch a Pokémon and what happens when one flees, check out this video:

Source: IGN.com

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