"The thing Hanke personally seemed more interested in was making pokéstops a bigger part of the game. He mentioned that pokéstops frequently have lures placed at them, and he thinks it would be interesting to give players other ways to modify a pokéstop's function. "That's a pretty cool idea that you can acquire an object that changes the function of a pokéstop and gives it a new ability," Hanke said. One of those functions might be turning them into healing pokécenters, he said, as Niantic wants to add them to the game in some way.Pokémon Go will eventually add new pokémon and customizable pokéstops | The Verge
Trading and training features are in the works as well. Pokémon breeding is also something Hanke said Niantic has been discussing."
Monday, July 25, 2016
Pokémon Go will eventually add new pokémon and customizable pokéstops | The Verge
In case you were worried Pokémon Go might be headed for near-term meme-bust