'Pokemon Go' Latest News & Update: Thanksgiving Event For Players; What Does The Upcoming Event Offer?
Niantic lately successfully ended their Halloween event wherein "Pokemon Go" gamers were provided to grab a chance capturing ghost-type pokemons. With an outgoing inclined bonus strategy, the event also enabled players to gain times two amounts of candy prices for various actions.
Slash Gear also claimed that Niantic might present the same event on the forthcoming Thanksgiving season. It shows that "Pokemon Go" developers are scrutinizing the information of a privy "Pokemon Go" event. Progress work is at its premature days and it is still shallow if the so-called gaming event will surely be rolled out within the late part of November this year.
"Pokemon Go's" speculated Thanksgiving Event will also showcase a plus candy prices scheme. Enthusiasts of the game might also foresee various set of Poke-Monsters spawning on an increased rate compared to ordinary days. Some of the monsters that would be expected are Spearow, Fearow, Psyduck, Golduck, Slowpoke, Slowbro, Ponyta and Rapidash.
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The distance or stroll demand for the Buddy Pokemon property might also be decreased. Similar report cited in social media message contain that Niantic updated its Facebook page that projected a possible alterations to "Pokemon Go" properties.
Updated recently last November 2, the post also contained a query that questions whether gamers would voluntarily go for an extra mile for a pokemon and if they gained much more candies in "Pokemon Go". With the photo of the Pokemon Dratini, the post shows a piece of a puzzle of Niantic's possible strategies to remain some of the Buddy Pokemon demand that was announced during the game's Halloween event as said on the same source.
On the other hand, Niantic lately created a new "Pokemon Go" variant that boosted everyday prices to the mobile gaming app. Spot notes updated on the game's original website Pokemon Go Live appeared as to how gamers could earn special prices for exact actions, alterations in Prestige bonuses and Gym properties.
"Pokemon Go" updates 0.45.0 and 1.15.0 for Android and iOS, accordingly, was recently launched on Nov. 6, Sunday.