Niantic is reportedly been expected to release the Pokémon GO Gen 2 game in a couple of months from now. Despite no confirmation from the Japanese game developer, many speculations have already surfaced garnering the attention of many trainers from the across the globe. The latest news would be the new features of the game they are brewing in the lab. Here are three new additions to expect from Pokémon Go Gen 2.
Pokémon Go Gen 2 - Baby Pokémon And Pre-Evolutions
Additional Baby Pokémon from familiar species are expected to be added in the next-generation Pokémon GO. Midget as they might be, Baby Pokémon can sow a good number of Candy for fascinating evolutions like Pikachu and Jynx. Some Baby Pokémon and their evolutions include Pichu (Pikachu), Smoochum (Jynx), Igglybuff (Jigglypuff), Elekid (Electabuzz), Cleffa (Clefairy), Tyrogue (Hitmonlee/Hitmonchan/Hitmontop), and Magby (Magmar).
Although Elekid and Magby are widely known as efficient Baby Pokémon, it is important to note that their addition should be an interesting move that people might will want to know how they will fare well with others. Also, Baby Pokémon will most likely change their present evolutions in Eggs.
Pokémon Go Gen 2 - Tyranitar
Tyranitar is the final evolution in Larvitar's line. A Rock/Dark-type Pokémon with max CP of 3654, Tyranitar can summon a sandstorm resilient from some special attacks.
Pokémon Go Gen 2 - Unown Species
Unown, also known as the Symbol Pokémon, is a hieroglyph-like species usually found on walls. There are a total of 28 Unown species: 26 correspond to the English alphabet, one question mark and one exclamation point. Unown is considered a perfect fit for Ingress, an app developed by Niantic to map out hideouts of Pokémon, to introduce puzzles and riddles in Pokémon GO Gen 2. With this coding mechanism, it can be noted that Pokémon GO Gen 2 will have a thousands of exciting possibilities. Should Niantic make them as new medals?
Pokémon GO Gen 2 is expected to be released in December 2016.