Australians and New Zealanders only got emails granting them access to the field test for Pokemon GO yesterday. As part of those emails, they also received a non-disclosure agreement from Niantic and The Pokemon Company asking them to please please please not tell anyone about what's happening in Pokemon GO.
So, naturally, footage is being uploaded everywhere.
Just under nine minutes of footage from the latest Pokemon GO build has been uploaded to YouTube. There are a fair few changes from the last footage we saw of Niantic's new augmented reality game, particularly in the UI department.
Most importantly, there's now some footage of Pokemon battling each other. You can see some of the different Pokemon that's available, as well as how the real world is visually incorporated into the game.
The Pokemon Go Gameplay channel is also uploading various bits and pieces of the game, including the tutorial and what gym battles look like.
What would you like to see from Pokemon GO?