'Pokemon Go' Tips, Tricks & Updates: Winter Event Coming Soon, Fans Should Save PokeBalls? Game Coming to Apple Watch Confirmed!

By Dannel Picaccio Camille Perez Lozano , Updated Dec 20, 2016 08:23 AM EST
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"Pokemon Go" may be looking at something adherent to the Yuletide season and players might need to change their approach for the time being. Given the success that made the game boost much higher during their Halloween update, the next big thing could not be too far behind.

The Niantic title "Pokemon Go" was not entirely as tolerated during its early parts due to many update discrepancies and the like. However, Niantic kicked back their numbers with an update that launched creatures related to Halloween-all before the addition of two second generation creatures. Other than that, fans will have to be more than vigilant in preparing for the next event.

According to recent reports, "Pokemon Go" is bound to have a Winter Event that could feature Ice Type Pokemon for the winter season. Known as one of the best gym defenders and attackers, Lapras is only one to wait for, as other Water Types can also partake in the future. Fans are expecting the said creature to be more prominent in the wild now, as done with the Halloween event last October.

Fans are urged to save their PokeBalls before this said event, since the rare types of "Pokemon Go" apparently need more than just one ball to catch. Those who may not know how to save and stock up their PokeBalls may need to revamp their aim and use less of the item. It will also be useful to make sure that players turn the AR mode on and off for the distant Pokemon to put them center-screen often. On a more positive note, it was tweeted that there will be a "Pokemon Go" version for the Apple Watch, in which patrons are suggested to stay put for more announcements.

"Pokemon Go" tied up with Starbucks recently and is now an official PokeStop to look out for. In the near future, it is anticipated that Niantic will involve more hard-hitting corporations to ally with in expanding the game further. For now, players are recommended to stay put and wait for more news for the winter event. Let us know what you think of "Pokemon Go" in the comments section below and keep it locked to GamenGuide.

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