'Pokemon Go' Latest, News & Update: New Hacks Continue to Surface; Is Risking Worth It? Gen 2, Legendary Birds, Trading Coming Too?

By Dannel Picaccio Camille Perez Lozano , Updated Nov 21, 2016 10:56 AM EST
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"Pokemon Go" has apparently added quite a handful of updates over the past number of months, but to this day, the trackers, bots and hacks continue to plague the community. Though this can be penalized eventually, they remain unceasing and even evolve further on.

As some may know, updates are already running for "Pokemon Go" and as the days go by, more and more discoveries surface. One of the latest ones is the availability of a new GPS hack-one that many players both dread and are grateful to have at the same time.

According to previous reports, a new "Pokemon Go" hack is now made live to both the iOS and Android units respectively, permitting home-based gaming progress without the need to leave their homes. Players of the title can agree that this approach feat is no longer new, but more importantly, is that fans who are caught using the hack could potentially be led to permanent ban of their accounts. This said hack can be used with a solid GPS wherever the player might be.

Some existing reports teach fans on how to install the "Pokemon Go" hack known as "Pokemon Go++" for the Android devices, though the precaution has not been changed at all. Apart from these hacks, fans have continued sharing their lineup of scanners for the game, given that Niantic has not released one for the game itself. Reddit users have laid out their functional Android trackers such as PokeMap, PokeAlert, PokeSensor, PokeMesh, ScanGo, pokiiMap and PokeTrack, most of which requiring dummy accounts if not all.

Having said that, "Pokemon Go" players may still be in dire trouble despite the continuous efforts to be safe, which raises the questions on whether the game should be played straight edge or otherwise. Sadly, the consequences have been implied during the earlier months of the game, wherein a heap of gamers that stopped playing the app indefinitely--which could happen again.

"Pokemon Go" is expected to receive more events soon, given the success of the previously concluded Halloween event. Is using hacks, bots and third party apps beneficial highly beneficial for fans of the augmented reality title? Let us know what you think on the comments section below.

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