'Pokemon Go' Latest News & Updates: Title Keeps Momentum Going with New Strategy; Niantic Game Soaring Higher?

By Dannel Picaccio Camille Perez Lozano , Updated Nov 03, 2016 12:08 PM EDT
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"Pokemon Go" has continued their attempts in making fans see that they are truly heard of, while at the same time balancing their ideas accordingly. Despite being on the heavier side of things in the past months and losing quite the fan base, Niantic's augmented reality title seems to be bouncing back with their best foot forward.

As it was recently announced, "Pokemon Go" launched a Halloween event that enabled players to capture a few certain number of creatures dubbed adherent to the occasion. This gave the company a highly advantageous wave of profit, which brings in the question on what could come next. The momentum is considerably way too strong to be let go off and Niantic may have done just the thing.

According to the official website of "Pokemon Go," one approach that may keep players locked on to the game is the inclusion of the Daily Bonuses. Some other players may know that other games use this approach tactically as well to keep their fans locked, and now, Niantic offers a heap of load such with a few conditions. One to start with is catching a Pokemon every day, which entitles the user to 500 XP and 600 Stardust.

"Pokemon Go" users will then gain 2,000 XP and 2,400 Stardust given that they catch a Pokemon for seven straight days, whereas visiting a PokeStop for the same duration will grant 2,000 XP and more additional items. The Photo Disc, in the same manner, offers rewards of up to 500 XP and some items when visited every day. The good news does not stop there, however, especially to those who had problems regarding trackers in the past.

A tweet from FastPokeMap announces its return to the system, now officially up and running for "Pokemon Go" players. For those uninformed, FastPokeMap is one of the most reliable tracking apps to date, ensuring that tracking is not left behind. That being said, things seem to be looking quite well for the augmented reality game and may be getting back what was thought to be once lost.

"Pokemon Go" has topped the charts of in terms of being the most popular and most downloaded applications ever made. Niantic's team has not stopped in making quality updates for the game, as well as bug fixes and patches which naturally came when the game launched last July.

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