'Pokemon Go' Hints, Latest News & Updates: PokeDex Now Easier To Fill; Have You Seen This Change?

By Dannel Picaccio Camille Perez Lozano , Updated Oct 12, 2016 08:04 AM EDT

"Pokemon Go" users may find that a slight change has befallen it, whereas others may have not noticed it just as fast. Simply put, the augmented reality game continues to dazzle gamers in more ways than one.

For one, fans have spoken out on various concerns starting with the trackers that will not be banned by Niantic, but the issue can somewhat be resolved. As for now, the "Pokemon Go" PokeDex attribute needing to be filled out has given some players a bit of a hard time getting.

Reports have stated that the PokeDex acquisition of creatures in "Pokemon Go" may have become a little bit easier lately, specifically after the weekend. In the past, gamers had to come across a Pokemon in the wild before being visible in the Pokedex, but the case is no longer the same now as simply passing by a gym is what it takes. Many players have justified the said change in "Pokemon Go," but for those who may not be as consistent in playing, there may be no obvious difference to them. As for those who have, fans are a little concerned on their ratios, namely the spotted Pokemon against those Pokemon that they caught.

It was also confirmed by Reddit users that discovering the creatures by the gym will be maxed out after one. An example would be seeing a Dragonite, with the silhouette appearing by the Pokedex and showing "Seen: 1." In the case of evolving or catching one personally, it will display "Seen: 2 | Caught: 1" respectively in the "Pokemon Go" Pokedex.

As much as the update could be beneficial to some users, Niantic may be doing such attributes to further balance and correct the game. That being said, "Pokemon Go" players may have to pay more attention to the tiny details that Niantic brings out so that the adjustment phase may not be as drastic. "Pokemon Go" recently announced how there will be Capture Bonus rewards and Badges for specific accomplishments. Keep posted for more news and updates here at GamenGuide.

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