‘Pokemon GO’ Latest News & Update: More PokeStops Bonus Items, Pokemons Until November 11! PvP, Pokemon Trading, Gen 2, Legendary Coming December!

By Maui , Updated Nov 09, 2016 10:44 PM EST

After the recent update made by Niantic, "Pokemon GO" is now celebrating the release of the daily quest system. "Pokemon GO" players can now earn more additional items by spinning Pokestops until November 11. Players will also find more Pokemons to catch.

According to a report from GameSpot, "Pokemon GO" players will also have a higher chance to receive great balls by spinning Pokestops. A lot of players are now taking advantage of the bonus items because the high level players 20 and above can also receive more Ultraballs.

Reports claim that this kind of events and bonuses helped boost back "Pokemon GO" to the top of the Apple's iOS App Store top-grossing charts. The number of casual players also increased since Niantic released the "Pokemon GO" Halloween event.

Players do not have to worry because Niantic is doing its best to give the player's needs. Niantic also continues to review community feedback from other "Pokemon GO" players and make changes if necessary. For now, the developer is testing new version of nearby Pokemon feature, which is already live in San Francisco.

After Niantic released a new update for Android and iOS users, a code inside it reveals 100 Gen 2 Pokemon names. According to BGR, Niantic is also planning to add 100 new Pokemons to "Pokemon GO." This is very great news to some of the players that already caught several Pokemons and almost filling up the empty slots of their Pokedex.

Players are expecting that Niantic might officially announce the new Pokemons this coming December. There might also be a December update that is said to be the biggest update for "Pokemon GO" this year. The update might contain Gen 2 Pokemons along with some of the most requested features like the PvP Battle System, Trading System and new accurate Pokemon Tracking System. Stay tuned to GameNGuide to know the latest news and updates for "Pokemon GO."

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