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Pokemon GO is officially four years old. To celebrate, Niantic has shared a special piece of art, which we have above.

With Pokemon GO Fest arriving later this month, Niantic has also prepared a new commercial for the event. Check out the advert below.


Pokemon GO just reached its fourth anniversary having originally released on July 6, 2016. Since then, the mobile game has gone on to earn $3.6 billion in global player spending.

Here are some other notable points, courtesy of Sensor Tower:

Fire Emblem Heroes has dropped its version 4.7.0 update, bringing several new features and tweaks to old ones. Here’s a quick overview of what’s new:

  • Auto-Dispatch added to Aether Raids.
  • Lineup of Limited-Time Combat Manuals updated.
  • New weapon skills and weapons to refine.
  • Aether Raids, Aether Resort, and Mjölnir’s Strike updated.

Version 4.7.0 is available to download now on iOS and Android devices and is roughly 22MB for Android and 89MB for iOS. The official patch notes have been included below.

Nintendo and Intelligent Systems have announced the next summoning event for Fire Emblem Heroes, which is known as Overseas Memories. Ingrid, Dorothea, Sylvain, and Byleth (as a duo) will be featured. A new Paralogue Story is also planned.

Overseas Memories goes live in Fire Emblem Heroes on July 8. View a trailer for the event below.

Summoning Focus: Weekly Revival 17 has returned in Fire Emblem Heroes. 5-star Heroes who showed up before the start of Book II appear as focus Heroes, and the focus lineup changes each week.

You’ll be able to partake in Summoning Focus: Weekly Revival 17 until July 12.

It’s been a few years since Nintendo first dipped its toes into the waters of mobile gaming. The Big N has a few different titles under its belt between Super Mario Run, Fire Emblem Heroes, Animal Crossing: New Leaf, and Dragalia Lost.

During Nintendo’s 80th Annual General Meeting of Shareholders, president Shuntaro Furukawa spoke about the company’s current position of the mobile business. He also touched on the current partnership with mobile partner DeNA.

Furukawa shared the following:

Level-5 has announced the release of Professor Layton and the Unwound Future HD for Mobile (Lost Future for Europe and Australia). This is an HD remaster of the third game in the Professor Layton series that had originally released on the Nintendo DS in Japan in 2008. Check out an overview below.

Fire Emblem Heroes is now hosting Summoning Focus: Heroes with Draconic Aura. As part of this 5-star summoning event, three Heroes with Draconic Aura will be available, those being Keaton: Lupine Collector, Kjelle: Fair Fighter, and Corrin: Dream Princess. Additionally, all Heroes with Draconic Aura will have their Special damage dealt boosted by 30% of their Atk.

This Summoning Focus will be available until July 10.

Dragalia Lost has added some new events, including a Platinum Showcase that will guarantee players a five star water-attuned adventurer after their tenth summon result. Featured in this event are the adventurers Valerio and Catherine. 

There is also a Water Focus summon showcase going on that will only give water-attuned adventurers and dragons. Valerio and Catherine are also included in this, as well as the dragon pair Gaibhne & Creidhne. 

Finally, a double drops and half stamina event is going on for certain main story quests. Double the prizes will be given to players who participate and stamina will be taken at half the rate as normal. The exact quests effected by this have been listed below. 

Fire Emblem Heroes is now hosting Bound Hero Battle Revival: Innes and Eirika. Innes: Regal Strategician and Eirika: Restoration Lady have returned to Special Maps. Orbs can be earned by players taking on Hard through Infernal modes.

In addition, a new map, Counter and Impact, is available in Tactics Drills: Skill Studies.