'Pokemon GO' 12th Nest Migration Details; Everything Gamers Need To Know
The "Pokemon GO" developers recently switched up the Pokemon spawns in the game allowing avid "Pokemon GO" fans to find new spawn locations in the game. On that note, latest reports have confirmed the latest "Pokemon GO" Nest Migration. In addition, the "Pokemon GO" Versions 1.25.0 and 0.55.0 have already been released. However, the update is reportedly a minor update.
New Pokemon GO Nest Migration Requires Teamwork
It is said that "Pokemon GO" players may be required to work together to track the new spawn locations in the game. Note that the Nearby feature may help point out a certain PokeStop where a Pokemon monster may be hiding. However, the feature may not work with nests, Tech.Mic reported.
On that note, the "Pokemon GO" community have reportedly been using the Global Nest Atlas as a tool for reporting as well as verifying nest spawns. It should be noted that registration with the Silph Road may be required to contribute to the Nest Atlas. Players may head off to the "Join the Road" link found in the upper left hand corner of the tool to register. The more reliable reports are said to be the ones with more verification while players may also opt to come up with original reports by investigating and confirming spawns.
New Minor Update Does Not Include New Pokemon
In other news, the new "Pokemon GO" update reportedly reduces the time it takes to load the game on Android phones. It should be noted that Android players previously noted that it took the app a minute or more to boot up. Niantic reportedly fixed the Android users connectivity issues with the "Pokemon GO" Plus accessory.
"Pokemon GO" iOS users may reportedly expect the wheelchair support for use with the Apple Watch as well. Hence, the app may now measure the distance traveled in a wheelchair similar to measuring steps to count when hatching eggs. Dataminers have reportedly discovered a code called "candy award" as well, Heavy reported.
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