Here are the 100 new Pokemon coming to Pokemon Go next month

Ditto is one of the most highly anticipated monsters in Pokemon GO. And finally, it has been released to the game. This creature is deemed as the last one to complete the circle of first generation Pokemon. But hey, there’s more. Niantic is already set to release new creatures — more than 100, so to speak — to their popular app.

VentureBeat says the monsters will arrive via an update in December. Not only will it introduce 100 new creatures, more or less, Legendary Pokemon are also to be expected. It’s worth noting that players have since been hoping for the studio to introduce a new set of species. Continue reading “Here are the 100 new Pokemon coming to Pokemon Go next month”

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Android Gaming : DC Legends hits the Playstore, Asphalt Xtreme gets off road too, Pokemon Go to bring daily reward

Seems like a good day for mobile gamers as two high-profile games, DC Legends and Asphalt Xtreme, make their debut on the Google Playstore today and for fans of Pokemon Go, those who are still playing the game, Niantic now plans to reward you for the loyalty. Or it’s just them trying to keep players coming back more often.  Continue reading “Android Gaming : DC Legends hits the Playstore, Asphalt Xtreme gets off road too, Pokemon Go to bring daily reward”

Pokemon Go Buddy System Update Rolling Out, Also Blocks Rooted Devices

Even though Pokémon GO is the most downloaded game of all time, the company still sees a decline in user data base everyday. Niantic Labs have taken note of the situation and they’re implementing some changes to retain the number. The company is now reversing bans and adding some previously announced features like support for Pokémon GO Plus and Buddy Pokémon. Moreover, the update is not positive all around. See what’s new in the details mentioned below.

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Niantic is introducing a buddy system in Pokemon Go

Pokemon GO, despite its relatively short lifespan on the mobile games market, has gone through many different iterations. What began as a buggy yet addictive mobile app has successfully managed to transition through the loss of 15 million daily Pokemon GO users and into a game that has made noticeably large strides toward upgrading its features and overall performance. The development team behind Pokemon GO has been busy attempting to meet the expectations of over 200 million players, and unbelievably, the process has been met with fan support in recent weeks.

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Niantic is reversing bans on some Pokemon Go players amidst usage drops

Earlier this month, Niantic Labs dropped the hammer on third-party Pokemon tracking websites for Pokemon Go, at the same time disabling in-game tracking. It was a move that drew criticism from players, particularly when it was taken a step further and accounts using third-party map applications began to receive permanent bans.

In a post today, Niantic announced that a “small subset” of banned accounts that used add-on map apps would be reinstated, as the users in question may not have realized that these apps “do more than just show you nearby Pokemon.” The developer remains firmly against the use of third-party services, but will be giving the aforementioned “small subset” a second chance.

“Some players may not have realized that some add-on map apps do more than just show you nearby Pokemon,” the post reads. “Each end-user app can be used as a collection tool by the app creator, invisibly collecting and forwarding data to the app creator with or without the knowledge of the end user. These apps can have an effect similar to DDoS attacks on our servers. Because of this we have had to ban some accounts associated with using these add-on map tools, leading to confusion by some users about why they were banned.”

ALSO READ : How long can Niantic enjoy the initial success in the name of Pokemon?

The post goes on to state that a number of changes have allowed the developer to unban specific accounts, reminding users that “add-on maps which scrape data from our servers still violate our Terms of Service,” and anyone who uses them will receive a ban moving forward. Accounts that existed for the purpose of “scraping data” will not be unbanned, nor will accounts that used third-party services to remotely capture Pokemon, hit PokeStops, or battle in Gyms.

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“Our main priority is to provide a fair, fun, and legitimate experience for all players, so, aggressive banning will continue to occur for players who engage in these kinds of activities.”

How long can Niantic enjoy the initial success in the name of Pokemon?

Well, it wasn’t going to last forever. The meteoric rise of Pokémon Go this summer has finally ended, with new stats from Axiom Capital Management showing that daily active user and engagement rates have been dipping since mid-July.

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Pokemon Go : Update adds appraisal system

While Pokemon GO is still enjoying tremendous popularity among mobile gamers, one of the most common complaints about Niantic Labs’ latest mobile game has been directed at the fact that it’s rather simple. Well, the San Francisco-based developer heard your complaints and has started the process of implementing more complex systems into Pokemon GO. The latest update, version 0.35.0 has begun rolling out on the Play Store yesterday and should be available worldwide by midnight.

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