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'Pokemon GO' Update: Tips to Locate MewTwo, Nubia, Celebi Revealed; Legendary Pokemon Coming in July; Gym Battle Revamped [VIDEO]


"Pokemon GO" major update will roll out soon as Niantic engineers are reportedly working on the new functions like trading and PvP modes which will launch in July. Meanwhile, there is a great trick to catch MewTwo, Celebi and friends.

Niantic to launch a big update in July

"Pokemon GO" next update in July will reportedly include the Legendary Pokemon. Soon, players will be able to spot MewTwo, Nubia and Celebi and catch them all using a certain tricks. According to a familiar source, players should not expect a random encounter with the legendaries, rather, unlocking through public spaces where people team up to fight, Eurogamer reported.

Furthermore, capturing the legendary monsters in "Pokemon GO" will reportedly require a player completing a certain task as each creature might have its own specification that needs an accomplishment before automatically getting it. Some notable sources claim that the big event will also highlight new features which already rumored before. PvP modes and trading are part of the new stuffs alongside raids. These are not new as many reports already discussed about the possibility of adding the features, BGR reported.

The raid system, in particular, is not a baseless speculation as the leaked code suggests that it is on the development. Additionally, the Gym battle will get a revamp and there will also be a co-op mode in Spring.

In addition to that, there are region-specific Pokemons that needs more efforts to catch. For instance, Kangaskhan is located in Australasia. It reportedly appears in public places such as parks. Farfetch'd is exclusively available in Asia where players often spot it in the center of the cities. Common places to find Farfetch'd are in Japan and South Korea, due to the live servers.  Heracross was supposed to be Latin America-exclusive but a few players reportedly sighted the pocket creature in Texas and Florida.

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