'Pokemon Go' Latest News & Update: Niantic Plans to Bring Back Old Feature; Will it be Helpful?

By Dannel Picaccio Camille Perez Lozano , Updated Sep 29, 2016 05:06 AM EDT

"Pokemon Go" has informed fans of more updates recently as Niantic may be slowly drifting fans away from staying. One good thing may have befallen the title, which is another shot to keep the fans on their tail.

Niantic's "Pokemon Go" is said to be chock-full of tweaks lately, with updates allegedly swinging left and right. One is the said return of the Capture Feature which was once omitted from the original version.

According to Mobile and Apps, one of the latest plans that Niantic holds for "Pokemon Go" is the Capture Feature, which some recall to have been removed because of the processing time being too slow. It is almost rendered unusable to many players at the time, further insinuating the removal.

As per Game Rant, the said "Pokemon Go" feature aptly shows information of a newly caught Pokemon, most importantly of its location. After a while, there is no longer a map to base the said details from, and is taken over by statistical messages stating the city and state of the particular Pokemon.

This particular "Pokemon Go" rumor is yet to be fully disclosed by Niantic, with many players ultimately wondering. Such concern has been raised many times in the past for an efficient tracker system for the augmented reality game.

In the same manner, the spawning nests for "Pokemon Go" was said to have been changing rapidly during the past days, after what was already reported before. Not only were the creatures and locations the ones that were shifted, but the time as well.

So far, fans of "Pokemon Go" have both stayed and left the title consistently, despite Niantic's valiant efforts of updating on a regular basis. Supposedly, the developer of the hit game can recollect the gold with the promise of more contents in the future, such as the player-versus-player attribute and trading.

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