'Pokemon Go' Latest News & Update: New Codes For Generation 2 Revealed! LegendaryPokemon Articuno, Moltres, Zapdos, Mew, Mewtwo Also Found?
Ever since the "Pokemon Go" update came out, players of "Pokemon Go" players are racing to keep on track with the daily streak and some left behind went updating their applications to never miss the update. Since the new update also includes several bonuses for just playing daily and catching first Pokemon each day, players cannot get enough.
Many are hitting the gym now unlike before---Gym fights in the game,actually. With the update going on and about, some dedicated group called SilphRoad found resource codes. The discovery was enough to excite players ever since the "Pokemon Go" update came out.
Possible theories to be proven based on discoveries
The discovery from SilphRoad made it even visible after seeing that there is a move called Transform in the codes of the "Pokemon GO" update. Along with the move that is a signature move of the Pokemon named Ditto, this also comes with several codes for new generation Pokemons starting from Chikorita to Celebi. Second generation Pokemons as other seasoned players call it. Although, this is not something to be baffled about but it sure gives players a new incentive to go out and catch new sets of Pokemons again.
Everything is not what it seems
Together with the "Pokemon GO" updates and discoveries, some creative coders even saw how the Pokemons such as Mew and Mewtwo, two of the legendary Pokemons that will be appearing in the future updates soon. With the video below, even though the battles are not yet official and fake, the foundation and frame of how the two legendary Pokemons mentioned will look like in game is seriously true.
Lately, other decoders have been scurrying to extract more and more information from the game and "Pokemon Go" update. With more and more theories popping everywhere, Niantic Labs has something up their sleeve. These will surely come to a conclusion that someday, "Pokemon Go" updates are always the spotlight for players to get the chunk and tap early details of the game. Stay connected for future "Pokemon Go" news!