'Pokemon Go' Latest News & Updates: New Update In Sept. 5 Includes Legendary Pokemons, VR Support, Trading Feature? More Details Here!

By Daniel Flores , Updated Aug 31, 2016 07:47 AM EDT
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Niantic is soon to release a new update for the "Pokemon Go" in the first week of September. Speculations suggest that the changes the new patch will cover are the new trading feature, a new tracker of the game and the inclusion of the Legendary pokemons.

Since the release of the "Pokemon Go" trailer, many question Niantic that other features presented on the trailer were not on the game as of yet. However, Reddit users uncovered game codes for the next game update.

The game codes that read Trade_search and Trade_offer are indications that the trading feature will soon be included in "Pokemon Go" game. This feature will allow players to exchange pokemons with other "Pokemon Go" players with ease and convenience.

The game codes also mention the presence of the Legendary pokemons that are missing in "Pokemon Go." The code activity_catch_legend_pokemon is a proof that players of "Pokemon Go" can soon catch Legendary pokemons with the latest update in the game.

Another feature in the upcoming update for "Pokemon Go" is the special Incense the game will soon be launching. This new type of Incense will attract certain types of wild pokemons, which depends with the different elements pokemons have in the game.

Talks about a VR gameplay are also in the air and it is expected to come via the new "Pokemon Go" update of in September that takes reference to Google Cardboard, which was also spotted in the game codes. This only means that players will soon enjoy "Pokemon Go" in VR mode.

Meanwhile, claims of a newly improved pokemon tracker has been released by Niantic and it has reportedly undergone a series of test with the participation of some "Pokemon Go" players. However, the new pokemon tracker will be available in the September update of the game.

Others speculate that the aforementioned features will not appear in the next update or the new patches for "Pokemon Go" are not true at all. However, Niantic is preparing for a new update that will take the game's declining ratings to a higher ground again. For more "Pokemon Go" news and update, stay tuned to GamenGuide!

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