'Pokemon Go' Latest News & Updates: Rare Spawning, Nests Rates Increase; Niantic Stepping Their Game Up?
"Pokemon Go" fans who were left dismayed after a new update may want to reconsider their thoughts. Recently, there are those who allegedly reported a certain consistency of spawning rare Pokemon.
The latest patch update for "Pokemon Go" is said to not have brought about simply the Buddy System. Fans who have tailed their locations on a frequent basis can justify a rather distinct increase of rare Pokemon and nests slowly surfacing in their area.
According to ITech Post, the said rates of spawning has been proven and emphasized by "Pokemon Go" players via their forums. This goes not just for one area, but all over the globe excluding Croatia for one.
Reddit posts have been discussed regarding the said difference in "Pokemon Go," specifically within TheSilphRoad thread. The spawn rates showed Pokemon that did not necessarily come from a nest, with Ivysaur being one of them.
Others include Tauros and Pinsir which started to come about after the "Pokemon Go" update as well as some of the uncanny rare Pokemon on occasion, as BGR reports. After which, some Magmar, Kabuto and Cubone became local names that began emerging.
Recent reports also claim that in the same manner, new nests started to appear around different areas which prove most beneficial if taken note of. The three "Pokemon Go" nests to take note of include the Cluster Spawn Nest, Frequent Area Nest and the Frequent Point Nest respectively.
So far, the "Pokemon Go" update has done masterfully as per the many, though there are devices which seemed to have trouble in terms of connectivity, most especially the Plus hardware. Nonetheless, Niantic Labs may be loosening up to the fans who a