'Pokemon Go' Cheats, Tips & Tricks: Getting, Using Stardust a Breeze With These Steps; Niantic Soon to Solve Tracker Issues?

By Dannel Picaccio Camille Perez Lozano , Updated Oct 03, 2016 10:08 AM EDT
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"Pokemon Go" is officially moving towards the more appealing side of itself with the Buddy System update officially gathering its masses. One of the more admirable feats that some players may be forgetful of is the use of stardust-which for some obvious reasons seemingly are viable for ignorance.

Fans of "Pokemon Go" may not be as particular with using the stardust commodity within the game. That being said, a few proper reminders or hints could do the trick based on what some players have concluded if to make use of their stardust acquisitions wisely.

According to I Tech Post, some players may know that upon capturing Pokemon, 100 stardust will be provided. In the same manner, hatching "Pokemon Go" eggs will render 2,000 stardust for every 10km egg.

Hatching Pokemon is not the only reliable way to do so. "Pokemon Go" also gives the same stardust via taking and holding a gym-but it is best advised that gamers keep the stardust until level 30 in which the more power Pokemon are the ones emerging.

As per Heavy, stardust also comes when players invest in the purchasing of incense and lures. Generally, incense is rated at over 80 Pokecoins in "Pokemon Go," in which strolling with a Buddy Pokemon for 2.5km in half an hour gives out stardust of up to 1,200.

Given that stardust does not come as easily to some players, it is recommended that players be stingy when collecting them. "Pokemon Go" players that have just started may want to wait for a Pokemon that has a high IV and reliable moves wherein levelling up is more reasonable.

So far, "Pokemon Go" has seemingly recollected their ideas on their updates-at this point, returning features as well. Such is the capture location which somewhat hurt players due to the lack of a default tracking system.

"Pokemon Go" could be bringing back this particular feature soon enough, under the discretion of Niantic. Keep posted for more updates and news here at Gamenguide.

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