Pokemon GO X Gucci Collaboration Teased - What To Expect And More

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Pokemon GO is still one of the most popular, if not the most popular mobile games across the world.

The interactive and addicting game is now well into its holiday event, so be sure to let us know how you are finding that.

One aspect that a lot of games have been experimenting with in recent years is collaborations with modern-day brands.

Fortnite has the true pioneer of this, and now it appears Pokemon GO will be following suit with a massive brand.

Here's all we know! 

How To Get The North Face x Gucci Items

Exploring in style! (Source: Ninatic)

So we have some good news and bad news. The good news is that the items are now in-game, the bad news is that you'll have to visit specific cities to find them!

These highly exclusive items will only be available at Gucci pins located in certain locations like London, New York City, Chicago and Paris.

A full list of the over 100 locations can be found here. We'll keep you updated on if these exclusive items become available elsewhere! 

Original Story 

Well known and highly expensive brand, Gucci posted the following image which all but confirms the partnership between the two companies.

The tweet reads: 

From the tweet itself, it is hard to say what we should expect with this collaboration. 

Though since then Dataminers have been able to find these files in the game, showing off a Hat, Bag and Shirt for both character body types.

So, it appears the partnership is also going to include clothing brand North Face, wo were also mentioned in the tweet!

They have also put out their own tweet about the collab.

We can assume there will be some official announcement in the coming days.

But for now, we can assume that the cosmetics may be it, though maybe we'll see Pokemon spawns change a bit too. Nosepass is a North (pointing) Face......

Be sure to let us know what you think is coming and we'll keep you up to date as we learn more!

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