New Pokémon Go Plus wearable lets you catch 'em all without a screen

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A huge update is coming to Pokémon Go that will improve your Pokémon catching experience.

It's called Pokémon Go Plus.

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It is a small Bluetooth device that can be worn like a wristwatch or clipped onto a bag or clothing - meaning no more running into poles or people when catching Pokémon.

The Plus vibrates and lights up to alert you when you're near a PokéStop, Pokémon egg or Pokémon for catching.

The Plus lets you throw Poké Balls from the device and gets rid of the need to stare at your phone as you venture outside.

Nintendo also announced that Pokémon Go is coming to the new Apple Watch 2.

Pokémon Go Plus will be available to the US, New Zealand and Japan and will cost $35.

Click through the slideshow below to see athletes as Pokémon:

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Athletes as Pokemon

Bryce Harper: Charmeleon

If Bryce could safely play baseball with a burning flame emerging from his hair, don't you think he would've already?

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Yoenis Cespedes: Blastoise

The biggest difference here is Blastoise has two cannons while Cespedes only has one -- but, hey, we've never actually seen him throw with his left arm. So who knows?

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Usain Bolt: Jolteon

Bolteon? Bolteon.

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Brock Lesnar: Rhydon

Pokemon probably aren't able to get tattoos, but that's the only thing that could make this one more accurate.

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Conor McGregor: Machamp

His opponents have probably envisioned him having four arms before, one would think.

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Damian Lillard: Magmar

The "Spitfire" species seems fitting for the best rapper in the NBA.

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Draymond Green: Geodude

FLEX.

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J.J Watt: Golem

If J.J. went a few months without clipping his nails, there would be literally no distinction between the two.

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Venus Williams: Vulpix

Fiery, beloved -- and only outclassed by one sibling in her field.

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Serena Williams: Ninetails

The epitome of fire and domination.

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Marshawn Lynch: Rhyhorn

Rhyshawn.

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Mike Woodson: Diglett

No, he's not an active athlete. But c'mon.

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Ndamukong Suh: Gengar

The smug looks on both faces says it all.

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Michael Phelps: Seadra

Who would win in a race? 

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Ronda Rousey: Hitmonchan

So strong. So intimidating. But vulnerable in one key area...

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Holly Holm: Hitmonlee

That. Kick.

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Steph Curry: Pikachu

Everyone's lovable hero that could do no wrong... right?

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Klay Thompson: Raichu

In theory, he should be better than Pikachu. He's bigger, more athletic -- but still not quite as desirable.

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Robin Lopez: Tangela

Sometimes you wonder how he can even see.

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LeBron James: Articuno

If this past NBA Finals didn't prove that he has ice in his veins, then nothing will.

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Jose Altuve: Charmander

The bite-sized catalyst that anybody would want to start their team with.

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Pablo Sandoval: Snorlax

Perhaps Panda is just assuming the Snorlax position until spring training.

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Russell Westbrook: Electrode

This outfit definitely fits the most electrifying player in the NBA.

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Phil Kessel: Dragonite

The talented, if slightly pudgy, star that you'd take on your squad in a heartbeat.

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Johnny Manziel: Magikarp

He should, one day, amount to something great. But for the extended future -- and maybe forever -- he's merely a Magikarp.

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Crying Jordan: Gloom

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