For almost three months now, Niantic has been testing a new nearby tracker for "Pokemon GO." Ever since the start of the game, "Pokemon GO" players has been requesting of a proper "Pokemon GO" tracker. Could this be what everyone has been waiting for?
Just a few days ago, news sparked "Pokemon GO" fans who are fond of using third-party trackers that FastPokeMap is now back. Apparently FastPokeMap's come back in "Pokemon GO" is short lived.
A Pokemon Biome is what "Pokemon GO" experts call or distinguish as a specific area or location in which a certain type of Pokemon will be having an increased spawn rate or most likely would appear. Now Lapras is one of the most sought after Pokemon in "Pokemon GO" not just by being one of "Pokemon GO" best attackers and defenders but also its rarity.
So you've just ran out of Incense, PokeBalls or maybe Lures and you are far away from a PokeStop. Nothing is far worse than spotting a rare Nearby Pokemon and you can do nothing about due to shortage of ammo or in "Pokemon GO's" case, items.
Just recently, "Pokemon GO" announced a new development over the game. Niantic has now finally decided to include daily bonuses to "Pokemon GO's" gameplay, as well as other in game tweaks. Check further details down below.
So far, Naughty Dog has been tight lipped on spilling any massive details in regards to "The Last of Us 2." However, there are some rumors and facts online that has surfaced and we will discuss why it all points towards a 2018 release.
There has been recent rumors online of what could be the next set of cards that will be introduced for "Clash Royale." These are the three new "Clash Royale" cards that will most likely be included in future updates.
Since its inception, a ton of "Pokemon GO" fans are requesting to add PvP or Player vs. Player in "Pokemon GO." Could this be the solution every "Pokemon GO" fan is asking for?
Halloween is now over and we are now setting our sights on what Supercell could be planning for "Clash of Clans." Rumors are circulating the internet of what could be a possible major update that could change the gameplay of "Clash of Clans," further details down below.
It seems that "Pokemon GO" resurrected from the dead with its first in game event. "Pokemon GO" Halloween is Niantic's first effort to bring a real life event into the "Pokemon GO."
There are 151 Pokemons that should be made available to be captured in "Pokemon GO." Keyword there is, "should" as there are only 146 Pokemon that are spawned in the wild by Niantic for "Pokemon GO."
In the midst of "Pokemon GO's" Halloween event and being the first of its kind in "Pokemon GO's" history. A lot of people has been curious of what could be Niantic's plans for the upcoming "Pokemon GO" holiday season.
"Pokemon GO" has just been recently updated to 0.43.4 on Android and version 1.13.3 on iOS. So what could be the unannounced changes for "Pokemon GO?
This is an exciting time for "Pokemon GO" fans all over the world as Niantic finally puts up the first "Pokemon GO" event. As a celebration of this year's Halloween, Niantic made an effort to spice it up a bit for "Pokemon GO," check details down below.
There is no doubt that a lot of "Pokemon GO" players are now eager to experience the updates and other expansions Niantic has in store for them. However, it seems like the waiting will be prolonged again after it has been reported that most of the exciting updates are still currently in the works.