The gen 2 Pokemon Go update went live yesterday and today we got the full list with the newest additions to the game. Here it follows:
Niantic is adding the rest of the Johto region, plus new evolution items and Nanab and Pinap berries to aid in catching Pokemon.
A new Vice interview with Niantic CEO John Hanke has revealed some interesting new information about Pokemon Go. The interview discusses the successes and challenges of Pokemon Go, including the lack of several long anticipated features. During the interview, Hanke stated that Niantic focused on fixing bugs and patching code, which stalled the development of new features.
Two features specifically mentioned were trading and player-versus-player battles. According to Hanke, at least one of those features would have been live if not for the work on fxing bugs. While Hanke played coy, he’s likely referring to trading as there’s extensive code related to trading Pokemon already in Pokemon Go‘s gamefile.
Quote from http://wwg.com/2017/02/13/niantic-ceo-promises-new-pokemon-go-features-are-coming-soon/
Valentine’s Day is on Tuesday and Niantic celebrates with an event.
There will be more pink than usual. Chansey, Clefable and Porygon will be easier to catch. There will be bigger chances that your eggs will hatch Cleffa, Igglybuff or Smoochum.
There will also be more candies than usual for activities and lures will hold longer.
The event starts later today and ends on February 15.
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According to FZ.se, Nintendo Japan has tweeted that Super Mario Run will be released for Android phones and tablets in March. It’s however unclear in which countries the release will take place.
Super Mario Run has been reelased for iOS devices December 15, last year.
Check out the first level of Super Mario Run, as played on the iPad demo at the Apple store!