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Source Code Indicates Pokemon Go Rare Pokemon Ditto Exists

Ditto is one of the most popular and rare Pokemon, and Pokemon Go players have been trying to find this Pokemon but to no avail. No Pokemon Go player might have been able to capture this Pokemon Go rare Pokemon, but source code indicates that Pokemon Go rare Pokemon Ditto indeed exists but not in its original form.

This Pokemon Go rare Pokemon, Ditto, has its own description in the game which describe it as a shape shifting Pokemon, but if it tries to transform depending on his own memory, it gets some details wrong.

Ditto rearranges its cell structure to transform itself into other shapes. However, if it tries to transform itself into something by relying on its memory, this Pokémon manages to get details wrong.

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There are some theories out there that suggests Ditto exists, but none have managed to capture it. There is also a reference for this Pokemon in Poke Ball menu, the menu references the Pester ball which is used to capture Ditto.

There is another reference of Ditto in the Pokemon Go source code, the source code lists Ditto’s capture rate of 0.16 and BaseFleeRate which same as the starter Pokemon like Bulbasaur, Squirtle, Charmander and Pikachu.

Pokemon enthusiast found another thing in Pokemon Go source code, the code indicates that Ditto has no move to transform itself into other Pokemon. Pound and Struggle are the only attacks listed for Ditto. Perhaps the mechanics to use Ditto in Pokemon Go is different compared to previous games.

Some theories suggest that Ditto might be a DLC only Pokemon that will be available with Pokemon Go Plus accessory. There is another theory that suggests players must utilize a picture of Ditto while attempting to capture the starter Pokemon in order to get Ditto.

We are hopeful that official conformation of this Rare Pokemon might come soon by Niantic Labs.

Pokemon Go is an augmented reality game developed by Niantic Labs and published by The Pokemon Company for iOS and Android.