A beta tester leaked video of what it's like to play the iPhone game where you capture and train Pokemon in the real world

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Imagine being able to use your smartphone to catch, train, and battle Pokémon in the real world around you. That's the promise of Pokémon Go, an augmented reality Pokémon game coming to iPhone and Android later this year.

We now have an idea of what that will look like thanks to YouTube user Darkathion, who uploaded 9 minutes of direct gameplay footage of Pokémon Go on Tuesday.

The video is from the Pokémon Go closed beta, so some of what you'll see is bound to change before the final game launch.

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But if you're curious how Pokémon battles work or how the game looks overall, we've broken down what we learned about the game based on the leak.

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