'Pokemon Go' Latest News & Updates: Codes Show Potential New Creatures, Ditto, Ho-Oh & More; Tracking System Still Questioned?

By Dannel Picaccio Camille Perez Lozano , Updated Nov 08, 2016 06:00 AM EST
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"Pokemon Go" may have let a loose knot recently as some codes may have stated what is next for the Niantic Labs masterpiece. Perhaps the most appealing and at the same time controversial is the inclusion of generation 1 shape-shifter Ditto to the mix.

Recently, it was confirmed that "Pokemon Go" looks to reward their players with Daily Bonuses under some conditions. Greatly enough, Niantic seems to have something else lined up soon enough, which may be kept an utter secret until now.

According to The Silph Road, some "Pokemon Go" users may have stumbled upon some uncanny codes for the existing version named v0.45.0, starting with the new move "transform." It is said to be the only new move added to the title since launch. Other than that, it was said that over 100 new Pokemon are addressed in the codes as part of an update that is slated to come out after the existing version, though no move sets have been declared thus far.

Teased in the same manner are new Pokemon families in "Pokemon Go." These include the generation 2 names such as Chikorita, Celebi, and even the Legendary birds Lugia and Ho-Oh. As great as all of these updates are, most fans are simply baffled by having Ditto confirmed, given that the powerful creature did not appear at all since launch. One hunch is that the developers may find it difficult to fabricate the mimicry when in battle since it is Ditto's primary weapon.

As for the demanded "Pokemon Go" tracking system, recent announcements from the official website have spoken on the alleged addition of a Nearby Pokemon feature which was then tested in certain areas. This was said to be beneficial to some, while others are still doubtful on the entire capability of the update. Nonetheless, Niantic said that they are to take note of any and all feedback from the experiment.

"Pokemon Go" is still considered as one of the most influential mobile applications to date. That being said, keep posted for more new and updates here at GamenGuide.

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