‘Pokemon Go’ Latest News & Update: All You Need To Know About Seventh Nest Migration Revealed

By Snooky Grawls , Updated Nov 22, 2016 04:48 PM EST
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Nest Migrations on “Pokemon Go” have kept many players at the edge of their seats, most wanting to know what changes are ahead. Some believe that the migration started way back on Nov. 16 while others believe it could roll out in the coming days.

To date, players have noticed the increase in “Pokemon Go” spawns though not all are that enthusiastic. The spawns see mostly the usual Pidgeys, Rattatas and Squirtles though Spearows and Slowbros have appeared as well.

That said, many are hoping that big changes are included in the nest migration though all these may not be the same. Niantic is expected to employ the changes randomly. For those who missed it, there were already some suggestions in a previous post.

Other than that, “Pokemon Go” players may need to adjust to the new changes as well. Some may like it while some may not. Before doing anything else, it would be wise for AR players to refer to the Global Nest Atlas to help educate players on what lies ahead with the new nests and their surroundings, Pokemon Go Hub reported.

According to Forbes, these “Pokemon Go” nest migrations could be done once per month. Hence, players can no longer farm on one spot as Niantic tries to entice most to move more in the way the game was designed to be.

Hence, nabbing pocket monsters such as Seel, Charmander, Machop or Bulbasaur is not expected to recur in one place alone. For “Pokemon Go” players who want to add them to their collection, the only logical recourse is to go out, walk and hope for good spawns to crop up near nests.

Take note as well that the special in-game events are expected from now until Christmas. Some spawns may be rare but open to change depending on the tweaks that Niantic has employed for “Pokemon Go”.

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