Niantic has announced in a blog post that it’ll be testing a number of changes to Pokemon GO over the coming months, with “minor gameplay adjustments” to be tested in certain regions before they get the go-ahead to be rolled out worldwide.
The developer hasn’t specified what regions will be the first to test these gameplay tweaks and changes, but it has released some of the features it’s looking at changing or adding. The update will allow people to choose nicknames to help them navigate the world of Pokemon GO. It also includes a Special Research story that introduces new players to the game. Niantic will be testing an expansion of its Trainer Tips for players who still need help.
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There’ll be updates for existing players too, with Niantic promising updates to PokeStops and egg hatchings, both a big part of the core game. Although the developer didn’t give too many details about the “new PokeStop functionalities”, it stated that one of the updates to the egg hatching process will allow for the skipping of the hatching animation.
It’s not guaranteed that all of these changes will make it into the game full time, as they’re still due to be tested in limited regions. We’ll have more information on the new and changed features in the game if Niantic releases them to a wider audience.
Pokemon GO is just about to launch its seasonal Halloween content, with new story content, spooky cosmetics, and Pokemon debuts due to begin on Friday October 14.
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