Stephen Fry Narrates New 'Pokémon GO' Trailer

Gotta catch ‘em all.

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In time for an imminent Pokémon Go Gen 3 mobile update, Niantic releases a documentary-style trailer full of new Pokémon. The narrator’s voice may sound familiar to many, as its the BBC-go-to voice talent Stephen Fry who is heard urging us to go out and discover these “new creatures.”

Scored by George Fenton, who is also responsible for Planet Earth’s uplifting soundtrack, the trailer helps direct more attention to the mobile game that now boasts over 600 catchable Pokémon, as well as its new weather-based environment add-on.

To hold you down until the Pokemon Go Gen 3 update, Detective Pikachu will be available in North America this March over the Nintendo 3DS platform.

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