Latest 'Pokemon GO' Update Reveals Updated Gym Mechanics and Catch Bonus; Read Details Here

By Staff Reporter , Updated Oct 13, 2016 02:42 AM EDT

Multi tasking on their best game so far, Niantic Labs recently launched new security updates on the "Pokemon GO" game as well as introducing new features. According to recent reports online, the features include a Catch Bonus and the other one is the interestingly upgraded Gym Training mode. In the Catch Bonus feature of the game, trainers are rewarded with special bonuses if they are able to collect more rare type of Pokemons.

The "Pokemon GO" Gym Training mode has also accommodate a maximum of six Pokemons. Trainers will be able to bring six Pokemons to train and what's even more interesting, is the player's ability to lower the CP of the opposing Pokemon during training. The Egg and Incubator screens were also updated in order for players to avoid closing and opening the screen, just to see their distance.

According to reports, the "Pokemon GO" update 1.11.2 is currently available in the United States alone. In the coming days, it will soon expand to other regions, based on how Niantic Labs want to roll out the update. This latest updates from Niantic Labs for "Pokemon GO" applies to all players regardless of the level they currently hold.

Meanwhile, the latest security update brought by Niantic to the game, literally booted third party apps connected to the game. The re CAPTCHA feature of the update posted different problems to users, but mainly the third party app creators. According to some, they had to reset the API in order to get back in track; that work is not easy to do and can be easily tracked by Niantic again.

The augmented game, "Pokemon GO" received massive acceptance from worldwide fans shortly after it launched in July. Since then, the game has been tagged as mobile gaming's biggest revenue earner. Are you still playing "Pokemon GO" to this day? Let us know what you think of the game by leaving a comment here on GamenGuide.

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