‘Pokemon Go’ Latest News & Update: Watch Out For An All-New Gym System

By Snooky Grawls , Updated Oct 08, 2016 04:36 AM EDT
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The new features set for “Pokemon Go” continue to come in and the latest seems to have to do with gym training. The new feature will thus allow players to use more than one Pokemon from the current setup.

The revelation of the new feature for “Pokemon Go” follows up the “Catch Bonus” which was covered in a previous post. For those who were unable to catch it, the new feature raises the odds of players when it comes to capturing rare critters of the same type.

More Pokemon is better than one

While that should be something to look forward to, the new gym system planned for “Pokemon Go” should ramp up things as well. Instead of just one Pokemon, players can now use six critters in friendly gym battles, Pokemon Go Live reported.

For the “Pokemon Go” players who have been used to the old style of gym training, the new feature also addresses CP issues. Apparently, with the new system, CPs will temporarily be adjusted to level things up during battles. This is expected to add more essence in terms of impact for team Gyms, Game Spot reported.

No word on implementation

Similar to the “Catch Bonus”, there is no official word on when Niantic would be rolling out this feature. The best bet is the “Pokemon Go” Gen 2 update though even that is up for confirmation.

The new gym system for “Pokemon Go” grows the list though there are more innovations expected from Niantic in the coming months. Seeing how the game has rebounded after seeing a July decline in active players, things are looking up for the hit augmented reality game.

 Though the new features for “Pokemon Go” are laudable, equally important are the Legendaries that players want to see. As mentioned in another previous post, these critters are likely to come out with the next software update of “Pokemon Go”.

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