A new video shows even more gameplay from the closed beta testing of Pokemon GO, the upcoming augmented reality mobile game from former Google company Niantic Labs.
The video from the GAME Previews YouTube channel shows about eight minutes of leaked gameplay footage. It includes showing how trainers can capture a number of different creatures in the "real world" by using their smartphone camera. It also shows the game's experience point feature, which will let those trailers level up as they play the game more and more. The game itself is expected to launch to the public in the summer of 2016.