‘Pokemon GO’ Latest News & Update: Niantic Increased Pokemon Catch Rate, Improved Spawns! Gen 2, Legendary Pokemons, More Coming Via Christmas Event!

By Maui , Updated Nov 04, 2016 11:40 AM EDT

Niantic recently updated "Pokemon GO" and lessen the spawn of common Pokemons that usually annoys most of the players. Among Pokemons with decreased spawn rates include Pidgey, Rattata and Zubat. This might be caused by several complains of "Pokemon GO" players who get the same common Pokemons again and again.

According to a report from The Guardian, the change was noticed by most of the players after the latest "Pokemon GO" update. Players do not need to worry because the commonly seen Pokemons like Pidgey, Rattata and Zubat are being replaced by rarer or more special Pokemons.

Some players also say that it is easier to catch Pokemon after the recent update. Niantic might have also decreased the flee rate of a Pokemon in "Pokemon GO." Some players also advice to keep the Pidgeys, Rattatas and Zubats and evolve it in the upcoming Christmas event wherein there will be a rumored double EXP for all the players.

Niantic also made a minor tweak on the Pokemons that will be obtained after hatching an egg. According to a report from Polygon, Eevees can now only be obtained in the 5km eggs and it is now officially part of the Five-kilometer egg tier in "Pokemon GO" but no other Pokemons have been moved around.

The success of the previous Halloween update of "Pokemon GO" might be a hint that there will be more to expect from the game. Several rumors suggest that the upcoming December event is going to be the biggest update in "Pokemon GO."

Rumors claim that Niantic will be launching the "Pokemon GO" Gen 2 in December. The most requested features by most of the players might also be added in the game like the Trading System and PvP Battle System. Niantic might also unveil the legendary Pokemons these coming Holidays. To know the latest news and updates for "Pokemon GO," always stay tuned to GameNGuide.

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