‘Pokemon GO’ Rare Nest Migration: Players Must Share Their Nest Migration Pattern Discoveries for Better Candy Farming! More Cheats, Tips & Tricks!
"Pokemon GO" fans are very excited as a Pokemon nest migration is expected on Friday and they will get to monitor changes in a rare nest in their area. Fans should prepare themselves for spawn changes in the rare nests. In case one's favorite nest holds any vital supply for Pokemon Candy needs, this is an opportunity that should not be lost.
SilphRoad subreddit's ntc2e's thread has confirmed the migration news. Data provided by the Zatetics' thread discusses the "Pokemon GO" rare nest migration patterns. Apparently, the migrations occur every 23-24 days. In order to keep a track of any specific rare nest, the data must be followed. Certain nests might have two likely species to switch to.
"Pokemon GO" rare nests are still the best way to go Candy farming. Playres often track the nests to stack up on Pokemon Candy. Even though Incenses and Lure Modules do help in catching Pokemon, they simply increase Pokemon encounter rates that are good only for Pokedex progress.
Moreover, the "Pokemon GO" Buddy System requires non-stop walking to farm Candies on the go and is only restricted to one Pokemon per use. The Pokemon nest migration may happen any time now and players are urged to keep a track of their often visited rare nests for data keeping purposes.
Players should share their nest migration pattern discoveries to help the community in general for a more efficient "Pokemon GO" candy farming. Some players may be surprised to see no update on the game's Facebook page.
A possible reason for this could be that the "Pokemon GO" rare nest migration is an automated system for the servers. Hence, Niantic may not announce it officially. Thus, players must be on their toes, prepare themselves for the migration and then adapt, writes The Bitbag. For more updates on the "Pokemon GO" nest migration, stay tuned on GameNGuide.