‘Pokemon GO’ Latest News, Release Date & Update: Niantic Now Allows Pokemon Trading? MewTwo, Articuno, Moltres, Zapdos & Mew Now Available?
Countless gamers are now enjoying the globally popular "Pokemon GO" game. Now, new reports are claiming that Niantic will be rolling out the Pokemon trading feature to allow fans exchange their pocket monsters.
Niantic to allow players trade Pokemons in 'Pokemon GO'
The Bitbag reports that Niantic has already announced that it would allow players to trade their own Pokemons. During the recently-concluded San Diego Comic Con 2016, the game company reportedly announced that it would be rolling out the said feature soon.
Though the Pokemon trading could be possible, Niantic has remained mum about the official release of the forthcoming update. Despite the fact that "Pokemon GO" players are happy with the news, some avid gamers think that the rolling out of the Pokemon Trading feature could be a bad idea.
The Bitbag says some "Pokemon GO" players could cheat and trade Pokemons by simply using bots or by GPS spoofing using their accounts. Experts claim that several cheaters could take advantage and exchange Pokemons and other items that were illegally acquired.
However, "Pokemon GO" cheaters should stop their unlawful techniques as Niantic promised to do everything to eradicate them. In fact, the game developer has already warned that it will be banning players who are caught using the tricks in playing the game.
Niantic ready to spawn legendary Pokemons in 'Pokemon GO'
Meanwhile, GamenGuide has earlier reported that Niantic is going to spawn MewTwo, Mew, Zapdos, Moltres and Articuno. It has been stated that one of these Pokemons was already seen by some "Pokemon GO" players.
Previous reports have claimed that Niantic is not releasing any legendary Pokemon unless the "Pokemon GO" will be officially launched in all parts of the world. As of now, most counties in the South East Asia are not yet allowed to play the game.
Niantic is expected to make "Pokemon GO" available worldwide in the coming weeks. Stay tuned to GamenGuide for more "Pokemon GO" news and updates!