'Pokemon GO' Cheats, Tips & Tricks: How to Trade Pokemons? Get MewTwo, Articuno, Moltres, Zapdos & Mew!

By Staff Reporter , Updated Aug 09, 2016 05:36 AM EDT

Billions of "Pokemon GO" fans are now excited for the upcoming upgrades for the game. Now, new reports are claiming that Niantic is going to be allowing players to trade their Pokemons with other gamers to add excitement and thrill to the much-loved game.

Niantic confirms Pokemon Trade Feature in 'Pokemon GO'

The Bitbag reports that "Pokemon GO" players could possibly be able to trade their Pokemons with other gamers very soon. As a matter of fact, Niantic Labs CEO John Hanke has previously confirmed the news and said that it is currently the top priority of the development team.

Though the feature is not yet available as of this writing, trading of Pokemons in the "Pokemon GO" is expected to make the game more engaging and enjoyable. Aside from the fact that this will allow players to have the Pokemons the badly want, this feature could also promote social interaction.

Some "Pokemon GO" players could possibly have a hard time catching other Pokemons like MewTwo, Articuno, Moltres, Zapdos and Mew. With the upcoming Pokemon Trade feature, gamers can easily get elusive Pokemon types.

However, until now, Niantic has kept mum about the possible roll out date of the upcoming feature. In the meantime, "Pokemon GO" players could continue catching Pokemons so, when the Pokemon Trade feature release comes, they will be able to trade a lot of creatures such as MewTwo, Articuno, Moltres, Zapdos & Mew, which are all rare pokemons.

How does Pokemon Trade works in 'Pokemon GO' game?

Well, for curious fans, the Pokemon Trade feature could be simpler than what most "Pokemon GO" players have thought. Using a Bluetooth, gamers will be able to exchange Pokemons of their choice with other players.

Not only will this feature make things easier, it will also cater the needs of other "Pokemon GO" players who cannot catch rare Pokemons. Though this feature could be a good news to most players, some fans think that this could make the cheating situation worse.

GamenGuide has previously reported that cheating could become more rampant in the "Pokemon GO" game should the Pokemon Trade feature come into fruition. Some gamers could use bots and GPS spoofing apps to transfer Pokemons using their accounts.

However, it's way too early to predict how Pokemon Trade would affect the "Pokemon GO" game in general. Stay tuned to GamenGuide for more news and updates about the "Pokemon GO" game!

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