‘Pokemon Go’ Latest News & Updates: Daily Bonuses Bringing In Tons Of Goodies, Rare Nests Moved?

By Snooky Grawls , Updated Nov 10, 2016 09:35 AM EST

For those still on “Pokemon Go”, many may have come across new changes as of late. For those starting the day and getting added pop-up messages during catches or PokeStop visits, additional XP and goodies should be coming your way.

Apparently, Niantic has applied a new update to explain all this which should spice up things for “Pokemon Go” users who play it on a daily basis. The first catch will not only include the Pokemon you just captured but also 500 XP and 600 Stardust as mentioned in a previous post.

"Pokemon Go" players who do this religiously for seven consecutive days can look forward to added rewards in the form of 2,000 XP points and 2,400 Stardust. The same holds true for the ones getting XP and Stardust through PokeStops but the real surprise could be in the form of the Pokemon spawns.

“Pokemon Go” players may have noticed seeing some of the usual culprits in their daily hunts, normally in batches of four or more. This special event will reportedly be good from Nov. 7 to 11 so folks in need of critters for evolution or beefing up their Pokedex may want to keep an eye out, Pokemon Go Live reported.

Tied up with the increase spawn rates for “Pokemon Go”, many are under the impression that this is the start of the speculated rare nest migrations. While that could make sense, there is no official statement from Niantic at this time. The generous spawns may have been interpreted in a different way though the fact that Pidgeys, Rattatas, and Spearows lead the list may hint that this is not the “Pokemon Go” rare nest migration everyone is waiting for.

With reference to another previous post, the type of critters to expect were actually geared towards other breeds that are uncommon on “Pokemon Go”. The list includes the likes of Charmander, Machop, and Bulbasaur, all common but pocket monsters that appear occasionally.

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