Nov 08, 2016 08:57 AM EST
"Pokémon GO" developer Niantic recently announced that the game's most common creatures will no longer appear as often as they used to. Zubat, Pidgey and Rattata are among of them, as it had been noted that the latter two no longer hatch from eggs. In their place, trainers may find other Pokémon creatures instead.
The official Twitter account of the "Pokémon GO" app revealed Professor Willow's discovery. It has also been noted that there will be fewer snakes and birds that will be sent back for processing. Furthermore, Eevee was found to hatch from 5 km Eggs only.
"Pokémon GO" trainers are now given more opportunities to hatch a more rare type of Pokémon. This is believed to be the developer's response to trainers' frustration in hunting for less common Pokémon. However, it is expected that Niantic would also work on releasing a proper tracking system, Polygon reported.
Niantic further announced that "Pokémon GO" will also be getting daily bonuses. The feature is said to be included in an update for the popular game. It is expected that this will also increase the app's daily count. It is yet to be announced when the update will roll out on Android and iOS.
Meanwhile, "Pokémon GO" trainers on the latest version may now collect PokeCoins at no cost and with zero effort. In level 5, trainers can choose between the teams Mystic, Valor and Instinct and leave a Pokémon there at the PokeGym with an open slot.
"Pokémon GO" trainers that conquer a rival gym will also get to gather free PokeCoins. Once defeated, the gym will become unoccupied, making it available to deposit a Pokémon at the gym. The Pokémon creature can be trained there and become the defender.
As an added "Pokémon GO" bonus, the Shop Screen will also reveal Defender Bonus to be collected, Engadget reported. Watch OMG! Pokemon Go hack 50.000 Pokecoins - Free Pokemon GO Coins Hack (Android /iOS) October 2016
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