'Pokemon Go' Latest News & Updates: Latest Versions For Android & iOS Detailed; Patches To Continue Further On?
"Pokemon Go" has rolled out updates on a rather consistent basis, presumably with the attempt to gather massive fan bases once again. The newest version of the game applies to both the Android and iOS devices, in which gamers are urged to take full note of.
As far as gamers are concerned, "Pokemon Go" has released patch notes and updates to correct various issues and bugs whether noticeable or not. Setting aside the tracking mishaps, Niantic also focuses on additional features to date, starting with the Gym Training change. According to the official site of "Pokemon Go," Android devices are to be updated to version 0.41.2 and the iOS devices to 1.11.2 respectively with corresponding patch notes released to the public.
One of the most remarked is the update for the Gym Training; permitting players to bring up to six Pokemon for battling and giving players a more fruitful training session. Furthermore, the CP of the Pokemon engaging in battle will be adjusted lower temporarily. Apart from that, Egg & Incubator Screens will start appearing for the "Pokemon Go" players, updating the distance being covered consistently without the need to reopen or exit the screen.
The update does not end there, as multiple audio issues have been corrected, the time of the animation during evolution has been reduced and some other smaller fixes as well. To recall, these are not the only updates to befall "Pokemon Go" along the way. Previous reports noted that catching rare Pokemon may be much easier after the Catch Bonus feat, allowing rewards upon earning medals. These are pre-determined by the Pokemon type, which Trainers can work hard to attain.
Arguably, "Pokemon Go" has become a household name for millions all over the world. Because of the way that the game became a trend on its own, some gamers resulted to bots and third-party apps in the attempt to make things easier, which Niantic took certain actions to correct. The updates which make the game more interesting could soon lift Niantic's status soon.