Pokemon Go Updates Will Roll-Out Every Two Weeks

Pokemon Go is a major hit in U.S and Australia. Nintendo and the Pokemon company are making money hand over fist. The game is already ahead if Facebook and Snapchat. It is more popular on Google than porn.

With such popularity and a loyal fanbase, Pokemon Company can not just sit-back and watch. It needs to be involved to add new features and make improvements to Pokemon Go.

Pokemon Go Updates Every Two Weeks

Pokemon Go updates will roll out every two weeks, according to Niantic CEO John Hanke. From changes that you may not notice to major features, Pokemon Go updates will have it all.

Hanket went on to say that developers are considering evolving gyms and PokéStops.

There is some thinking about how to further modify and evolve PokéStops and gyms. Players will be able to shape them and add functionality to them by working collaboratively together, so that’s an area that we’ll be spending quite a bit of effort over the coming weeks and months on.

The sort of overall structure of the game is the early stages and the initial experience is about discovering and capturing, there are then, you know, you interact with PokéStops and then as you gain more experience, you reach level five, you can engage in gym battles. It’s evolving that competitive, cooperative team-play that there’s a lot more that we want to do with that. We’ll be focusing on that. It’s more just general improvements and bug fixes

You can download Pokemon Go for iOS and Android.

Source: Gamerinformer

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