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'Pokémon Go' Update: Legendary Pokemons This Summer Allow Players Reach 10,000 Steps Daily; ‘Pokémon Go’ Update On Android, iOS Devices [VIDEO]

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"Pokémon Go" fans want plenty of things to see in the location-based augmented reality game, one of which are the Legendary Pokemons. Niantic appears to be shadowy when it comes to revealing information about these Legendary creatures. Nonetheless, other updates of the mobile game contain Raids and Gyms.

The strategy of the "Pokémon Go" developer in releasing exciting events have always kept the momentum of the mobile game afloat. This could exactly be the move of the video game developer will take in rolling out the Legendary Pokémon in "Pokémon Go." It has been said that these Legendary Pokémons will be available during the first anniversary of the location-based augmented reality game. Also, these Legendary creatures might let players double their chance to reach their 10,000 steps a day goal, Birmingham Mail reported.

Interestingly, the Legendary Pokémons in "Pokémon Go" will be introduced by means of a special summer event as part of the mobile game's first year anniversary celebration. Anticipations about it surfaced on the internet soon after the Easter Event ended.

Meanwhile, Niantic has rolled out a new "Pokémon Go" update on iOS and Android. Apple iOS users can download to version 1.33.1, while Android device users can get the "Pokémon Go" update version 0.63.1. The official patch note of the "Pokémon Go" update comes along with a Brazilian Portuguese language support and a new feature that allows a player to check the progress through tapping on the medal symbol. Also, data miners unveiled some exciting news about Raids and potential changes in making Gyms more competitive, Express reported.

On the other hand, the video game developer has released another anti-spoofing feature in the "Pokémon Go" game to eradicate the issue. Nevertheless, spoofing is when "Pokémon Go players tend to have their Global Positioning System (GPS) jump to a certain area in order to acquire a specific Pokémon, Daily Star reported.

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