‘Pokemon Go’ Latest News & Update: Pokemon Trading To Destroy Gameplay? MewTwo, Articuno, Mew, Moltres, Zapdos, Legendary Birds Coming Late 2016?

By Staff Reporter , Updated Aug 25, 2016 05:23 AM EDT
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Millions of fans are now excited for the upcoming "Pokemon Go" Trading feature. However, new reports are claiming that players should not be excited for it as it will only destroy the gameplay.

'Pokemon Go' Latest News & Update: Pokemon Trading Featue Could Possibly Destroy The Game In General?

The Bitbag reports that the upcoming Pokemon Trading feature is not really a good thing for the game. According to the report, the upcoming "Pokemon Go" feature will encourage more hackers to do unlawful activities to make things easier for them.

The entertainment news outlet has claimed that hackers will get a lot of benefits if Niantic will launch the Pokemon Trading feature. "Pokemon Go" players could cheat and trade Pokemons with the use of GPS spoofing tools using other gamer's account.

Aside from that, some "Pokemon Go" players are also worried that the others will be able to make a hack on the Pokemon Trading feature, which could let them acquire items illegally.

Moreover, it will be easier for "Pokemon Go" players to catch all Pokemons if the new feature will be released. Instead of catching whatever Pokemon that appears on their screens, gamers could possibly focus on hunting the creatures they badly want to have, which totally ruins the gameplay in general.

'Pokemon Go' Latest News & Update: Niantic Releasing Generation 2 & Legendary Birds Arriving Soon?

Meanwhile, GamenGuide has previously reported that Niantic is totally releasing a lot of updates soon. Among the new "Pokemon Go" features fans should watch out for is the launching of the the Generation 2 Pokemons that include MewTwo, Articuno, Mew, Moltres and Zapdos.

Aside from that, the Legendary birds are also expected to arrive in the "Pokemon Go" game later this year. There is also a new tracking system that will help "Pokemon Go" gamers in playing the game.

There is no doubt that several gamers are now hooked to the "Pokemon Go" game. However, despite its popularity, most fans still think that the game needs a lot of improvement.

Luckily, Niantic is very kind enough to listen to the "Pokemon Go" players' cry for improvement. Stay tuned to GamenGuide for more "Pokemon Go" news and update!

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