‘Pokemon GO’ Latest News & Updates: Doubled Pokemon Spawns Coming Via December Update! New Trading System, PvP Battle, Gen 2, Legendary Birds!

By Maui , Updated Nov 03, 2016 10:08 AM EDT

Every player knows that there are Pokemon Nests in "Pokemon GO" wherein the same type of Pokemons keep spawning again and again at the same coordinates. But, several reports state that Niantic is secretly shuffling the Pokemon Nests. Luckily, a lot of "Pokemon GO" players noticed the change of spawns in the Pokemon Nests.

According to a report from PokemonGOhub, the shuffling of "Pokemon GO" nests happened on Nov. 2, 2016. Reports say that this is already the sixth time Niantic has shuffled the Pokemon Nests. "Pokemon GO" players can also check the local nests they know and track its findings in the SilphRoad's Nest Atlas.

Some people say that these "Pokemon GO" Nest shufflings or migrations are happening because Niantic is preparing for the upcoming December update. To easily know the locations of some Pokemon Nests, "Pokemon GO" players can also use third party application tracker such as FastPokeMap.

FastPokeMap is the number one Pokemon tracker being used by the majority of "Pokemon GO" players. FastPokeMap recently announced via its official Twitter account that the app is officially back and totally working. If players don't know any Nests locations, they can always use trackers to easily find a Pokemon.

There are also rumors saying that the Pokemon spawns in each nest will be doubled this coming December. Fans say that this might be caused by the upcoming new update. And this may also serve as Niantic's treat to all "Pokemon GO" players.

The upcoming December update is expected to be the biggest one in "Pokemon GO" history. Besides the massive nest migration, Niantic is also expected to release the daily quests system in the game that will encourage players to play every day.

There are also rumors claiming that Niantic will be finally releasing the "Pokemon GO" legendary Pokemons like Mew, MewTwo, Articuno, Zapdos and Moltres this coming December along with the Trading System and PvP Battle System . Stay tuned to Game & Guide to know the latest news and updates about "Pokemon GO."

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