Nintendo and The Pokemon Company made a splash last September when they announced Pokemon Go, which aimed to bring Pikachu and Squirtle into the real world through augmented reality. We've heard little about the game since then, but a new leaked video could be the first real glimpse at what it will look like. Purportedly taken during a SXSW talk by John Hanke, CEO of Pokemon Go developer Niantic Labs, the brief clip shows a bit of the in-game map, as well as what it looks like when you catch an Ivysaur, complete with multiple types of pokeballs.
Like Niantic's previous game, Ingress, Pokemon Go will have players venturing out into the real world, using location data to determine where various pokemon can be found. The leaked video doesn't look near as impressive as the reveal trailer, but it gives you a much better idea of how the real game will look and play. Pokemon Go doesn't have a release date just yet, but it's expected to launch sometime this year on both iOS and Android — it'll even come with a poke-wearable.