‘Pokemon Go’ Gen 2 Latest Rumors, Release Date & Update: Evolutions, New Monsters Leaked

By Snooky Grawls , Updated Sep 10, 2016 12:13 PM EDT

Things just continue to get interesting on what Niantic Labs plans to do for “Pokemon Go” on gen 2. Previous posts have already tackled several ups and coming features though most are more concerned on the new critters included in the next version.

The last time out, the focus was on the trading feature which was spotted on the new terms of service of Niantic. To cut it short, the company stressed that all intellectual rights tied up to “Pokemon Go” are still under their jurisdiction. Much of that can be read here.

While that should hardly matter to most since “Pokemon Go” players are likely to resort to something sneaky to make some money out of it, the augmented reality game has other new perks that deserve attention. That includes the Buddy system which should help out players make better decisions on battles and captures and that much-asked state on the pocket monsters appearing.

The focus is obviously on the rare ones like “MewTwo” and “Articuno” plus more. Seeing their rarity, players carrying the proper XP levels can get that chance though it may be held in special events.

New Evolutions happening

Other than the coming of new critters on “Pokemon Go” gen 2, there could be more ways to add the new breed to a player’s Pokedex. That would be through the evolutions route meaning some characters will be getting some new forms.

From the looks of it, most of the current gen characters will be getting a new evolution on “Pokemon Go” gen 2 which spices up the things to expect on gen 2. But will it be enough to jack up the player count once more?

The number of active “Pokemon Go” players have dropped and it is believed that Niantic is pulling out all the stops to make the game appealing once more. So far, the said features look promising and hopefully work to the advantage of Niantic.

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