'Pokemon Go' Latest News & Update: Niantic Brings Pokemon Trading, PvP Battles & Legendaries For The New Update In December

By Daniel Flores , Updated Nov 17, 2016 12:54 PM EST
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So far, there have been many reports that Niantic is planning a huge update for "Pokemon Go" this December. Reports revealed that Niantic will roll out the remaining "Pokemon Go" features which fans are still waiting for.

New Features In The Upcoming Patch For 'Pokemon Go' In December

According to reports, "Pokemon Go" will have new features rolling out next month that include the PvP Battle system, Pokemon Trading, and baby Pokemons. The aforementioned "Pokemon Go" features were teased in the past and Niantic has been silent about it recently, but rumors say that "Pokemon Go" fans will see added features in the augmented game.

The report also states that there will be Legendary Pokemons in the upcoming "Pokemon Go" update in December. The "Pokemon Go" update will introduce the new God tier pokemon, Tyranitar in the patch with the Legendary Pokemon averaging a maximum Combat Power of 3654.

Meanwhile, there are also reports that the upcoming patch might feature baby pokemons for "Pokemon Go." Pikachu, Jigglypuff and Clefairy, which evolves into Raichu, Wigglytuff and Clefable respectively are having baby pokemons or pre-evolved pokemons forms namely Pichu, Igglybuff and Cleffa.

Other than that, Jynx, Electabuzz, Magmar and Porygon2 also have pre-evolved pokemons in their evolution chart. Smoochum, Elekid, Porygon, and Magby are the pre-evolved pokemons to be featured in "Pokemon Go" gen 2 update.

In other news, "Pokemon Go" will hold a Thanksgiving event with the same fundamentals as the previous Halloween event. The "Pokemon Go" event will start on November 24 and will feature selected pokemons that will spawn irregularly and a shorter Buddy system.

"Pokemon Go" spokesperson recently stated to fans to stay tuned for more information about the new features of the augmented reality game which will possibly be added in the December update. More news will be reported when Niantic officially confirms the "Pokemon Go" features.

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