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‘Pokemon Go' Latest News, Tips & Tricks: Rare Spawning, Nests Rates Increase; 'Pokémon GO' Dethroned By ‘Clash Royale’

A man plays Pokemon Go on his smartphone on August 8, 2016 in Taipei, Taiwan.
A man plays Pokemon Go on his smartphone on August 8, 2016 in Taipei, Taiwan.
(Photo : Photo by Billy H.C. Kwok/Getty Images)

"Pokemon Go" players were expected to have a tough slog for trying to catch 'em all. But, some players have managed to tear down all of the currently available digital monsters in the mobile title.

In spite of the fact that a number of "Pokemon Go" players have managed to snag all the available Pokemon creatures, there are many more active users that simply haven't been able to. Leaving these "Pokemon Go" gamers continue trekking through.

But, it seems that the video game developer Niantic has been executing some intriguing actions to rustle out of hiding a few more of the rarest creatures of "Pokemon Go," thanks for the new Pokemon Buddy update, according to Game Rant.

As stated by a number of "Pokemon Go" players in a Reddit thread, spawn rates have been increasing substantially for a number of the rarest Pokemon monsters.

Some "Pokemon Go" gamers claim that a number of new nests have appeared in lieu of an actual migration, which means that Pokemon in general are spawning more often than they used to be.

Tauros and Pinsir also started to come out after the "Pokemon Go" update, as well as the uncanny rare Pokemon on occasion. After which, Cubone, Magmar and Kabuto became local names that started to come into view, based on the report of BGR.

On the other hand, "Pokemon Go" ended its reign as the highest grossing app in Apple's iOS store. The augmented reality game has been dethroned by the mobile strategy video game, "Clash Royale," as Supercell's "Clash Royale" recently introduced a new microtransactions, while "Pokemon Go" has probably declined for the reason of its own fading popularity.

But, "Pokemon Go" is still claimed as a hit on a massive scale, and it's believed that the reality video game was dethroned because it was monetized poorly, according to Forbes.

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