Pokemon GO Update: Niantic Recent Post Teases New Gameplay Features Arriving

Pokémon GO has been widely known all over the globe since it was released last year. However, players got bored quickly due to the game's lack of feature and flat gameplay. Despite the continuous criticisms, some players are still eagerly logging to the game daily. The game really did lack some features, which kept players maintain some interest.

According to Attack of the Fanboy, Pokémon GO is very raw, especially in the gameplay department. However, Niantic currently announced that fans will be expecting more gameplay features arriving soon. The developer announced that these new additions would bring a cooperative social gameplay experience to the game.

The report was first seen on the thank you note that Niantic posted following its reception of BAFTA award as the Best Mobile and Handheld Game. Niantic dedicated its multiple awards and recognition earned by Pokémon GO to the supportive community.

Recently, Niantic CEO John Hanke revealed an impressive 65 Million of monthly active users in Pokémon GO despite the reported decline in player pool's numbers. Finally, the company has revealed something that these players could look up to in the future. Niantic mentions that these new additions would be expected this spring giving trainers new and thrilling reasons to come back.

Additionally, Niantic also revealed previously the three major updates coming in Pokémon GO , which suggest a great year for the game due to these upcoming new additions. Some suspect that the most-awaited features will be arriving at the game such as PvP Battles. Perhaps, fans could also see the addition of Team Rocket and trainer NPC to the game soon. These guys could battle lots of players simultaneously, which presents a challenge that has a mechanics similar to cooperative gyms.

However, all of these are just mere speculations, as Niantic is still quiet as of now. Probably, an official announcement would be arriving in the following months.


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