'Pokemon Go' Latest News & Update: Pidgey, Ratata, Zubat Less Visble In Spawns? Christmas Event Coming This December?
"Pokemon Go" developers Niantic, has announced on Thursday via Twitter that --very common Pokemon-- Pidgey Rattata and Zubat will not anymore be hatching from eggs. In addition to updates, the once 10km egg, Eevee will now only hatch from a 5km egg.
Professor Willow has discovered that you may encounter other Pokémon where Pidgey, Rattata, and Zubat were previously more commonly found.
— Pokémon GO (@PokemonGoApp) November 3, 2016
"Pokemon Go" players were relieved about the news of the changes. Since day one of the mobile game, players have already been complaining about their experiences of walking the eggs at a certain distance only to find out that they hatched something very common like a Pidgey.
Professor Willow has discovered that Pidgey & Rattata no longer hatch from Eggs. He also found that Eevee now hatches from 5 km Eggs only. — Pokémon GO (@PokemonGoApp) November 3, 2016
According to WWG, the updates in "Pokemon Go" just got applied today. This also makes the rare or less common Pokemon easier to track down without using a third-party tracking systems that Niantic is trying to block from the game.
Aside from minimizing the appearance of these very common Pokemon, Naintic has also announced earlier this week that "Pokemon Go" will be having daily bonuses. According to Polygon, catching at least one Pokemon everyday players will be rewarded wth 500 experience points and will also receive a 600 stardust to strengthen their Pokemon.
In addition to the report, if "Pokemon Go" players add one Pokemon to their collection for a week straight they will gain 2000 bonus experience points and 2400 stardust. Spinning a single Pokestop a day will grant 500 experience points and other number of additional items which Niantic didn't go further about the details.
In other news, after the successful and much appreciated Halloween event of "Pokemon Go". Pokemon fans are already expecting Niantic to release similar events on Christmas, New Year and even Easter. Otakukart wrote some predictions and wish lists for the "Pokemon GO" Christmas Event including the additional spawns of Ice-type Pokemon like Lapras, Jynx, Seel, Dewgong, Shellder and Cloyster.
Just like the Halloween event, extra candies and items as Christmas presents. If ever the "Pokemon Go" Christmas Event will be released it is expected to start at December 11 and would likely to end on December 26.