'Pokemon Go' Latest News & Update: Will Niantic Release More Pokemon This Month? 9th Nest Migration Takes Place
This week Niantic has been very generous to their avid "Pokemon Go" players in treating them with early Christmas presents by releasing new set of Pokemons including Baby Pokemon like Pichu and Togepi. But wait, there is more! Niantic has announced some more Pokemon coming this month giving fans some hints.
"The month isn't even half over, and it's been a blast so far. Stay tuned for more. The Niantic team" said the Niantic team in their official blog as well as confirming their affiliation with Starbucks and Sprint. The cryptic message sparked speculations through fans that there will be more Pokemon coming really soon hopefully before the year ends in "Pokemon Go".
Since their partnership with Starbucks and Sprint, Niantic has also announced a precaution for their younger "Pokemon Go" players who are 13 years old and below giving them restriction when it comes to their sponsored PokeStops. The under aged players will not be able to see or locate a PokeStop by Starbucks or Sprint which is to enable the safety of the players and for it create a wholesome and entertaining environment.
In some other news, after the release of the Baby Pokemon to the wild, another major Nest Migration is coming which will the 9th since its release last June. "Pokemon Go" players from reddit and the Silph Road discovered the occurrence of the Nest migration and discoveries of new movements on how the nest migrations will take place.
The Pokemon hub reports that the nest migration in "Pokemon Go" is allegedly happening in a biweekly schedule, they have discovered that the 9th nest migration in the 6th migration in 2 weeks. There were no specific Pokemon that were reported where they randomly switch places with the other Pokemon, for instance the Magikarps can be located at your bay but when the nest migration took place it was replaced by Tentacruels.
The generation 2 Pokemon were also missing in action in the discoveries, it might be sticking to its original game plan by hatching it through walking at a certain distance. Stay tune for more "Pokemon Go" news here on GameNGuide.