Pokemon Go Update: Newest Spawning Points Produce Dragonite; PokeNest Points To Benefit Trainers
After the recent update, there was a noticeable change in the Spawning points of "Pokemon Go". The September update has reportedly changed Nest locations and Spawn points.
Although some players were dismayed by the sudden change, yet for others, it has turned into a boon as they realized that the Spawn points can produce powerful Pokemon like Dragonite, easily.
The report also mentioned that a player residing in Juiz de Fora, Brazil had caught at least 6 Dragonite in the last 7 days. Notably, Juiz de Fora is located at an elevation of 715 m.
Just after the update, Pokemon Go players have noticed that there were random changes in the Spawn points and Nest migrations. Fortunately, the Spawn Points changes and Nests migration have benefited players greatly.
Players have found similarities between "Pokemon GO" Spawn Points and Open Street Map, reported GamenGuide. This is helping players predict and locate possible Pokemon Spawn Points, Nests and Biomes.
Meanwhile, PokeExplore's campaign to make Niantic set up more PokeStops in "Pokemon GO" game, especially in rural areas, is gaining steam. PokeExplore was able to issue hundreds of Twitter posts by volunteers.
In other news, the launch of Pokemon Go in India would be delayed due to "hurting religious sentiments". A public interest litigation has been filed in Gujarat, India's westernmost state, alleging it was hurting the religious sentiments by showing virtual eggs in places of worship.
Following the PIL, the Gujarat High Court on Wednesday issued a notice to the Indian central government, the state government and U.S. based-Niantic Inc, Asian News International reported.
The launch date for Pokemon Go Gen 2 is yet to be announced, and Ninatic was unavailable for comments on the same.