'Pokemon Go' Latest News & Updates: Gamers Make Way to Find Rare Pokemon Spawn Points Easily

By Dannel Picaccio Camille Perez Lozano , Updated Aug 30, 2016 11:40 AM EDT
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The gameplay of "Pokemon Go" certainly has players moving generously to find the best Pokemon they can. That being said, the latest news on where to find rare Pokemon spawn nests speak of patterns that players can follow in their search.

Niantic has gone on to ban some accounts that were found guilty of using bots to play "Pokemon Go" without having to exert as much effort in going out. This particular move may be considered smart, but has not stopped the fans from finding ways to acquire their favored Pokemon and the necessary resources.

According to The BitBag, a certain group of "Pokemon Go" users known as TheSilphRoad gathered data from 7500 areas across the globe to launch a tool that aids players in spotting Pokemon spawn areas. Nests are of course a vital part in the search for the rarest Pokemon possible, as their Reddit post suggests.

As there are various ways to find nests, one of the most notably efficient ways to do so is to browse the data given. "Pokemon Go" players cite rare Pokemon locations amongst each other, especially after a Niantic update that recently came about.

Despite the references, the spawning of the Pokemon in "Pokemon Go" do not stay stagnant and will inevitably change, I Tech Post reports. Fans can also rely on the fan-made Pokemon spawn charts that display just how often a certain creature appears.

No official word was laid out by Niantic in terms of spawn location changes and whether it follows certain patterns. Simply enough, getting "Pokemon Go" rare nests aids in the collection of candies necessary for a Pokemon's evolution.

Recently, some news on the sudden decline of "Pokemon Go" players seemingly alarmed Niantic. However, the promised updates are still yet to surface, and with it, the hopes of numbers going up may still be over the horizon.

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