'Pokemon Go' Latest News & Update: Rare Spawning Nests Worldwide Shuffled Up; Niantic's Game Coming to High-End Console?

By Dannel Picaccio Camille Perez Lozano , Updated Sep 28, 2016 12:35 AM EDT

Niantic's "Pokemon Go" has not ceased to make admirable changes to itself. While all the updates are considered vital for the title's growth, the fans may not always find the move favorable completely.

The biggest notable update for "Pokemon Go" recently is the Buddy System, which on itself also has some limitations to mark. With PokeVision also reported of being down, tracking Pokemon may be a little bit trickier, more so with the latest discovery of some players.

According to Forbes, players who take note of the nests in "Pokemon Go" may want to reconsider things further, as there are rampant reports of a jumbled or rather randomized spawning of the creatures. It has not only taken place in one spot, but the entirety of the globe as some have justified.

One example to note for those is having an Eevee nest at one point, which eventually led to becoming a Kabuto nest. Because of this change, "Pokemon Go" players may no longer be able to keep track of nesting grounds at 100%, though the rarity of the Pokemon that was replaceable seemingly stays untouched.

Players that are used to the conventionally appearing Pokemon in the area can rest well, knowing that their native creatures will stay the same. For example, areas with Rattata, Zubat, Spearow and the ever-appearing Pidgey will still be there, with the exception of the rare types in "Pokemon Go."

Such success for "Pokemon Go" may be entitling it for further hardware expansion, as per Tech Crunch. The Pokemon Company CEO Tsunekazu Ishihara spoke of the possibility of Pokemon games being made for the upcoming Nintendo NX hardware, which may also include "Pokemon Go" if to be presumed.

With "Pokemon Go" unleashing more to the masses, how will Niantic keep the fans at the palm of their hands? Keep it locked for more news and updates here at Gamenguide.

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