Pokemon Go News: Pidgey, Rattata, Zubat Spawn Slots To Be Replaced By Other Pokemon

Are you still playing Pokemon Go? Good for you, your loyalty knows no bounds. Or perhaps, you've quit earlier on but then came back during Pokemon Go Halloween event just to catch more Gastlys and Hypnos and of course to get more candies and have your lonely Pokemon Buddy leveled up. Well, good for you still, as Niantic is truly working hard to come up with cool new features and surprises with its updates. And its recent Pokemon Go update did prove that more excitement for us is coming.

Latest Pokemon Go Update

As per reports, Niantic has lessen the spawn rate for Pokemon Go's super common creatures - Pidgey, Zubat, and Rattata. No, it's not because they annoyed the heck out of you but because they plan for other Pokemon to get some more of the spotlight, too.

Pokemon Go Spawn Rates

Pokemon Go players are already starting to report the updated spawn rates for rare Pokemon so this is indeed a great time to go back playing the AR mobile game. Hello, Lapras, Snorlax and Dragonite!

Pokemon Go Eggs

In addition, Pokemon Go Official Twitter account mentioned that Pidgeys and Rattatas will no longer hatch from eggs which will hopefully give us more chances of getting Starter Pokemon in 2 km eggs. And our favorite cute Pokemon, Eevee, will now hatch from 5km eggs from the previous 10km. With the change in Eevee egg hatching, it will be easier to acquire and thus further evolve it into Jolteon, Flareon, or Vaporeon.

Pokemon Go Daily Bonus

And just a few days ago, Niantic also announced that diligent Pokemon Go players will now finally be able to reap rewards from logging in to the game everyday. So there's another good enough reason to spend a bit of your time to open the fastest selling mobile game app as to date.

Still, fans are asking for a proper tracking system or maybe the introduction of Gen 2 Pokemon in Pokemon Go. So, Niantic, hear your fans plea.

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