'Pokemon Go' Cheats, Tips & Tricks: Who Among The New 3 Team Leaders Is The Best? Plus Other Additionals & Issues!

By Jeanne Anne , Updated Jul 25, 2016 08:45 AM EDT
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Niantic CEO John Hanke revealed the three leaders of "Pokemon Go" teams at the San Diego Comic-Con panel on Sunday. The company named each individual as Instinct, Mystic and Valor and even spilled their other plans and addressed some issues. 

The Three 'Pokemon Go' Leaders, Who Among Them Is The Best?

Unfortunately, Instinct, Mystic and Valor remain as silhouettes in "Pokemon Go." There has even been a swirling argumentation about who among these "Pokemon Go" leaders is the best.

Some go for Mystic, but it looks like Team Instinct experienced really difficult time. John Hanke, too, unveiled that Mystic and Valor are controlled by badass players, while Instinct is managed by dweeb, The Verge cited.

Other 'Pokemon Go' Additionals & Issues

Aside from that, John Hanke also teased that they are about to add "breeding" feature to "Pokemon Go."

But, John Hanke cleared that it is still a mere idea and not yet in development. They are also thinking of adding Pokemon Centers that can heal and store monsters in the middle of "Pokemon Go," but they haven't thought what will be its real purpose in the game.

Trading wise, John Hanke insisted that Niantic should even out "Pokemon Go" servers first before it offers the swapping of monsters to other players, as per Game Spot.

He also addressed the problems "Pokemon Go" players experience at gyms, according to Anime News NetworkJohn Hanke explained that Niantic will try its best to solve the issue of poaching after the "gym has been taken over."

'Pokemon Go' Boosts Businesses

Evidently, "Pokemon Go" has conquered the world of gaming today. It is the new game sensation that helps to improve Nintendo's stock price, although the electronics company only owned a third of The Pokemon Company.

"Pokemon Go" also helps other establishments and businesses to increase their earnings by making people go out. In spite of the predictions that "Pokemon Go" prominence, it looks like the title won't slow down anytime soon as it is still dominating the Application Stores.

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