“Niantic parent company of most famous AR game Pokemon Go introduced a new event.Pokemon Go’s latest event had players running around to catch the targeted amount of Pokemon.”
All the excited trainers have already caught 500 million pocket monsters in less than two days. Developer Niantic kickstarted the Global Catch Challenge on Sunday (inviting fans to collectively catch a whopping 3 billion Pokémon in return for prizes) and it’s well on its way to becoming the game’s biggest hunt yet.
Pokemon Go tweeted an amazing news just a day after Pokemon Global event.Trainers around the world have already collected 500M Pokemon.The player community is filled with the sense of joy and happiness as the first tier reward is unlocked.
The first set of rewards that are unlocked for players includes double XP and a six-hour timer on Pokémon-attracting incense are now available.Due to this amazing reward players now can have double experience point while playing the game. Now players have a new target of Pokemon to catch that will unlock a new tier reward that is silver tier which unlocks after 1.5 billion catches this will throw in double stardust to boots.
Best of all, more Pokemon are now appearing worldwide and will continue to emerge as more benchmarks are secured. And, if you still haven’t got your fill of cute critters, the event also includes a video series that sees trainers travel the world catching Pokémon.
As the new event is introduced player community doubt that they will see Thanksgiving event.Last year’s Thanksgiving event, bonuses were activated automatically. Users got the opportunity to get 2x XP and 2x Stardust. That included everything, including Lucky Eggs which therefore quadrupled the amount of bonus gained.
Last year’s event wasn’t centered on Thanksgiving as a holiday. Instead, it was called “Pokemon GO Celebration,” and it was one of the second Pokemon GO events in the history of the game. The first was during Halloween of 2016, a Halloween which would shape Pokemon GO forevermore.
Niantic is encouraging players who are still using iOS 8 to upgrade their operating systems to iOS 9 and above for uninterrupted access to Pokemon Go.The development confirmed that this latest move is being down to streamline things at Niantic, although it will inevitably mean they will lose a small group of players.
“iOS 8 was initially released in 2014. In the time since the release, there have been some major improvements to the iOS operating systems,” Niantic explains.”By removing support for iOS 8, we are able to streamline our development process and focus resources on supporting newer operating systems and technologies.”
“A vast majority of Apple users have migrated to iOS 9 and above. As players migrate from older operating system versions to newer ones, we periodically update our supported device requirements to focus on the devices our player base use.”
Some fans and Pokemon community are theorizing that by deciding to do this of their own understanding, Niantic maybe set to roll something special out on real soon.While there is no direct evidence from Niantic supporting this, they did recently confirm that they have something new to announce.
Niantic is actively expanding the Pokemon GO development team to build many more amazing updates in 2018.“Stay tuned for news next week about upcoming improvements to certain features.” and as a trainer, I hope we get something much better than a global event.What are your thoughts?