‘Pokemon Go’ Latest News & Update: Niantic Increases Pokemon Spawn Rate, Offers Special Time-Limited Bonuses
Avid "Pokemon Go" players were given a treat with Niantic's latest game enhancements and special bonuses. Recently, the gaming company has increased its Pokemon spawns and even added special Pokestop items.
Niantic's latest patch recently deployed its daily bonus program for "Pokemon Go" players. However, the gaming company has added an extra treat that gamers can get from Pokestops. Players can also receive other Pokestop bonus items aside from XP and Stardust rewards, according to an announcement posted on the game's official website.
The additional bonus is part of Niantic's special treat to celebrate the launch of its new daily bonuses program. Available only until Nov. 11, Friday, Pokestops will dole out more Great Balls during the said period. Meanwhile, level 20 and above players will receive more Ultra Balls.
Apart from extra Pokestop treats, Niantic has also increased it Pokemon spawn rate. Gamers can catch more Pokemon monsters in the wild during the same period.
Several "Pokemon Go" players already shared some of their gaming experience on various online forums and threads. A few even made mention of the diverse mix of Pokemon creatures that appeared on their in-game maps, according to Polygon.
With Niantic's recent Pokemon spawn rate tweak, more Pokemon monsters such as Pidgey, Eevee, Clefairy, Nidorino, Rattata and more have appeared in the wild. Some gamers also noticed a few rarely seen "Pokemon Go" creatures that spawned more often after Niantic's latest update. These creatures include Rhydon, Diglett, Ponyta, Vulpix, Snorlax and others.
Many gamers have also expressed their renewed interest in Niantic's mobile gaming app. With the increased Pokemon spawn rate that unleashed several different kinds of creatures, players are now hoping to increase their Pokedex inventory.
Niantic deployed its enhanced "Pokemon Go" spawn rate, as well as its new Pokestop bonuses on Nov. 7, Monday. Learn about the game's leaked second generation Pokemon list in the clip below: