[APK] New Pokémon Update Adds 80 New Pokémon, Berries And More

Niantic has officially announced Pokemon discovered in the Johto region will be added to the game later this week. The Johto region Pokemon, commonly referred to as “Gen 2,” include over 80 new monsters. Some of which are evolutions from Pokemon that launched with the game.

After months of fan begging, Niantic will finally pull through and add real content to Pokémon Go. A Pokémon Go update slated for sometime this week will allow players to collect dozens more creatures from the Johto compendium.

New Pokemon is not the only thing coming to the game. Niantic is set to launch a bunch of new features and tweaks. Encounters will look a little different. You’ll finally be able to choose Pokeballs and berries directly from the encounter screen. Speaking of berries, two new berries will be available Pokestops. One will slow down a Pokemon, the other will double the candy. Last, but not least, is new avatars and an expanded wardrobe.

Here's what's coming, according to a blog from Pokemon Go developer Niantic:

80 new  Pokemon , taken from the classic Pokemon "Gold" and "Silver" Game Boy Color games. While Niantic hasn't yet shared the full list, it definitely includes fan-favorites Chikorita, Cyndaquil, Totodile, Espeon, Umbreon, Merrill, Bellossom, and Hoppip, as revealed in a promotional image.

Collectible "evolution items" that cause certain Pokemon to evolve. In Pokemon "Gold" and "Silver," for instance, the "King's Rock" item can cause Slowbro to evolve into Slowking when traded to another player - Niantic doesn't go into detail, but it seems a similar feature is coming to Pokemon Go.

Two new types of berry to use while catching Pokemon: The Nanab Berry, which slows a Pokemon's movements, and the Pinap Berry, which doubles the amount of candy you get if your next catch attempt is successful. 

New items to dress up your avatar , plus some premium items that you can purchase from the in-game Pokemon Go shop. You can earn currency for that shop by playing the game, or exchange real-world money. 

Niantic says the update will be rolling out later this week. If you haven’t played the game in a while, now might be a good time to pick it up again.

Source : Pokemon Go

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