'Pokemon GO' Latest News & Update: Is Niantic Doing Something for the Troubled Gym?

By Staff Reporter , Updated Oct 08, 2016 12:03 PM EDT

Niantic is making things easier for players and the embattled "Pokemon GO" gym. In the latest update released for the game, the developer said, it is now easier to use the game's gym. This initiative is brought by the developer's eagerness to make things user friendly in terms of gym training issues. Also, at least six Pokemons can now utilize the gym, instead of the previous one character for each gamer.

If you have doubts about this update, Niantic in their blog post said "In an upcoming version of Pokémon GO, when training at a friendly Gym, Trainers will be able to bring six Pokémon to battle instead of one." The augmented game "Pokemon GO" has been marred by several glitches in the past and it looks like, Niantic is addressing them based on the severity of the bug.

The new gym scenes in the "Pokemon GO" was readily updated by Niantic in order to help beginners get their way around the game. This new update will also help protect beginners from getting attacked in the "Pokemon GO" game. As for the combat points of the gym, Niantic also issued a statement saying "The CP of the Pokémon you are training against may be temporarily adjusted lower during your training session to generally match your Pokémon's battle capabilities."

"Pokemon GO" was launched in July 2016 and since then, it remained the top grossing mobile game to this day. Two months later, Niantics issued a statement, warning third party app user of the cancellation of their games if found illegally playing the game. Now, it looks like the game developer is creating in-game apps to drive away illegal third party applications that will improve the levels of the game.

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