Pokemon GO to get legendary Pokemon by end of the year

Pokemon GO to get legendary Pokemon by end of the year

The news of this minor fix to Pokemon GO also comes after it was recently revealed that a Pokemon Go Plus successor is also being worked on by the development team.

The updates addressed complaints about a lack of updates that contributed to a drop in monthly active users, according to app market analyst Apptopia.

"Over time, the enthusiasm has waned, but there's still quite a bit of people playing it", said Joost van Dreunen, chief executive of SuperData Research in NY.

"What happened last summer was really kind of odd, where "Pokemon Go" spiraled out of control to this level of cultural awareness that nobody expected, certainly not us", Hanke said. With new, long awaited features for the game, such as Legendary Pokemon and trading, now being discussed, Niantic has gone back and made a decision to look at some of the game's features that don't work as well as they'd like.

A Duke University School of Nursing graduate, Hanzhang Xu, in the United States carried out the study of finding out whether or not games like Pokemon GO can provide people an enjoyable way of engaging in physical activity.

Niantic also canceled these Legendary Pokemon for the objective of fairness, which only means that those players do not even have the luxury of time to say goodbye to these extremely rare catches.

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The hard-to-replicate game still has an enviable following in Japan, China, Korea as well as North America, Dreunen said.

If legendary Pokemon are slated for this year, then it raises the question of whether this is one of the three major updates to the game promised by Hanke himself.

Developers will need to take lessons from Nintendo's "Super Mario Run," which launched for the iPhone in December. That was somewhat rectified when developers Niantic Labs unleashed the Generation 2 monsters last month as a Valentine's gift to players, but there were still some missing, even from Gen 1.

As spring approaches, there are signs of new life.

In Maine, members of the "Pokemon Go" 207 Facebook group have noticed more screenshots from players taking up the game again.

And while there is no guarantee, we can at least hope for some new update to come out of this talk, based on just how much new information has been shared at similar events, such at MWC and GDC.