This New Pokemon GO Feature Is Coming This Valentine's Day

Niantic has slowly gained the trust of Pokemon GO fans following the release of new features and events. All of these happened in the past few weeks or so, giving the hit mobile game an interesting perspective. Now, another feature is believed to arrive. It's said to be unleashed this month, particularly on Valentine's Day.

Almost all Pokemon GO players are already expecting a new event in celebration of the love month. After all, this has been the story of the game since day one. The only catch, however, is that nothing specific has been revealed. It remains to be unseen as to what sort of event this will be for the community.

The most interesting part here, as noted by Forbes, is the possibility of a new Pokemon GO feature. The publication states the studio is set to release a highly anticipated feature -- the Breeding System, that is -- along with the forthcoming event. And yes, somehow, it coexist with the forthcoming Heart's day. For instance, if two creatures happen to get into mutual attraction, mating and hatching of eggs may be possible. Of course, this will give the fans an entirely new mechanic of playing the title.

As of this writing, nothing official has been unveiled from the Pokemon GO developer. However, several reports suggest that the aforementioned event may arrive starting next week. And if anything else, the said system might be introduced. If this event pushes through, it's safe to say that it'll only last for a couple of days -- something that's similar to the previous ones in the past.

In related Pokemon GO news, dataminers were able to acquire some interesting information about Niantic's tentpole franchise. That apart from new items, a critical damage system may be introduced. Obviously, this will cover the way Pokemon attack or ferret out damage. This has long been a topic within the community, as many believed that the game badly needs some tweaks in terms of combat style.

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