'Pokemon Go' Workable Tips, Tricks, News & Updates: Updates Needed, Devices In Trouble; Hacking Is The Only Choice?
Recent news and updates surrounding "Pokemon Go" is still packed with uncertainties for the players and enthusiasts. Reports are surfacing that hacking is the only choice for the "Pokemon Go" gamers.
A fresh update in "Pokémon Go" circulating last Monday brings a lot more insight about the game. The freshest feature in the update of "Pokemon Go" is that trainers can assess the Pokémon's attack and defense potentials. Players will also be able to determine what Pokemon to use during the battle from their Team Leader (Candela, Blanche or Spark).
In the universe of the Pokémon games, also in "Pokémon Go", various Pokemons have certain "individual values," or IVs. Which is only means that one Pikachu is not identical as another Pikachu. Even if they have the same level, they have significant unlike statistics that contributes to a larger difference in a fight.
According to Pokemon Hub, these factors are always on "Pokémon Go", but there is no authentic process to access them. There are some sorts of websites that let players evaluate their IVs themselves but the game developer Niantic has recently eradicated those unauthorized services.
Checking Pokemon's IV brings strategically plans to players, as they are able to assess or evaluate and maximize its potentials in "Pokemon Go" battles. That's good news for the two-month-old "Pokemon Go" game, as moves like these will help to retain the game's sizable base of players.
Furthermore, "Pokemon Go" developer Niantic recently announced on Business Insider that they would love players to learn that they are not done yet, and promise that there is something even more to arise. "We are still working hard on several new and exciting features to come in the future of Pokémon GO," says the app release notes. Fresh installments of "Pokemon Go" recently promised to be coming to the game at some point include Pokémon trading and global gym battle leader boards.