'Pokemon GO' Finally Addresses Game Crashes; Limited Time Nest Migration Just Kicked Off
The "Pokemon GO" developers have recently announced a new update for iOS and Android users. The "Pokemon GO" Versions 1.27.3 (iOS) and 0.57.3 (Android) is all set to roll out with the patch notes expected to be revealed as well. In the meantime, the official Twitter post from the developers revealed that the patch will implement performance improvements.
Gen 2 "Pokemon" Update Came With Bugs
The "Pokemon GO" update is slated to include some behind-the-scenes tweaks as well to fix issues that "Pokemon GO" players have been experiencing with over the past few weeks, Heavy reported. It should be noted that "Pokemon GO" players on iOS devices have been reporting increasing instances of crashes in the game. Apparently, the update that released the second generation Pokemon may have some bugs carried with it.
In addition, several "Pokemon GO" players have also reported strange glitches where the game does not boot properly. Apparently, a few Redditors have noted a different display on their screens while trying to boot the game. Moreover, Android users have also noted that the app may be eating up more RAM than usual. Hence, it is expected that the "Pokemon GO" update would roll out with fixes to these technical issues.
Niantic Rolls Out Limited Time Event
In other news, Niantic rolled out another "Pokemon GO" event on Feb. 26 at 9 p.m. (GMT), Dailystar UK reported. Note that players may no longer be required to download anything as Niantic is expected to make the changes on the server side. The event features Pikachu wearing a special celebration hat in commemoration of Pokemon Day.
"Pokemon GO" players have also noted another nest migration in the game only 7 days after the last nest migration. Note that various location with an abundance of a type of Pokemon may have changed. For instance, the local Dratini nest may be nothing more than a hotbed for a Magikarp. Check out more "Pokemon GO" events coming soon here: