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Niantic Releases 11th Pokemon GO Nest Migration; Details Revealed

By Alvin Elfwine , Jan 13, 2017 04:00 AM EST
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Just a couple of weeks ago, Niantic released a new Nest Migration (10th) for Pokemon GO. While many may think it's still too early, the latest has actually arrived. Apparently, this is the 11th Nest Migration of the game. Similar to the previous ones, few spawn areas didn't change while some did.

According to Otakukart, the latest Nest Migration of Pokemon GO introduces a good number of familiar spawns. As a result, players might still see the likes of Pidgey and Zubat appearing all day on the same location. With this case, it's still considered a nest despite no change. Nevertheless, the new migration is certainly here.

The 11th Pokemon GO Nest Migration reportedly came with tons of changes. Among these is the addition of local nests to various cities and/or locations all over the world. In fact, there are trainers who've noticed extended spawns and spawn rates on places like parks or business establishments. Surprisingly, these areas here show a greater ratio of nest.

With the aforementioned change to Pokemon GO, hunting for creatures is greatly affected. Although it doesn't necessarily mean on a huge scale, it's enough to give the gameplay a twist. While may not admire this frequent update, it's still an interesting one to have. This only means that Niantic is always on the roll, ready to make the hit augmented reality game more interesting than ever.

In related Pokemon GO news, players on social media have discovered something about the refresh speed of PokeStops. They suggest that, as the time goes by, it's quite unacceptable. This is because it changes on a rate that disallow trainers to get enough supplies (e.g. PokeBalls, Incense and Lures, among others). Unfortunately for players who have less PokeStops in their areas, they're the ones who are greatly affected.

What do you think about the newest Pokemon GO Nest Migration? Have noticed any drastic changes on the creatures' locations? What do you think about the refresh speed of the PokeStops? Be sure to share us what you're thinking at the comment section below!

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