Data Mining Reveals Pokemon Go Buddy System, And It Is A Really Cool Feature
Since the launch of Pokemon Go the game has been an instant success. Also since its launch data miners and reverse engineers have been at work to dig out easter eggs and features that were not released. However, data miners are still digging through the game’s files to find something interesting, and they have uncovered Pokemon Go Buddy System.
According to data miners, Pokemon Go Buddy system allows players to have a Pokemon of their choice to accompany them on their journey. This rewards them candy specific to the Pokemon chosen and according to the distance walked.
The data miners have also uncovered that there will be a daily limit over how much candy players can collect through this way. Regardless of this, it sounds like a really cool feature which might come to Pokemon Go.
Recently, the minister of education of France, Najat Vallaud-Belkacem, shared her thoughts about Pokemon Go. She said that she does not want any rare Pokemon spawning at schools and for that she will be setting up a meeting with developer Niantic to request their cooperation.
While Pokemon Go was an instant hit with mobile users and brought a tons of revenue for its developers and publishers. However, it seems that the popularity of the game is going to be short lived, according to the data from analytic firms.
According to data collected by Sensor Tower, SurveyMonkey and Apptopia revealed that Pokemon Go’s popularity is going downwards and slowly and steadily it is fading and Niantic needs to do something. On top of that, many countries banning Pokemon Go certainly doesn’t help matters at all.
So what do you think of Pokemon Go Buddy System? Do you think it would be a great addition to the game? Let us know in the comments.