Dec 06, 2016 12:59 PM EST

'Pokemon Go' News & Updates: New Features and Elements To Bring Back Huge Demand Once Again?

Pokémon Go is played when the player starts to travel physically to explore the game's maps and Pokéstops to get some items needed to catch Pokémons. As the player moves and travels around Pokémons will be randomly discovered depending on the place, for example, Water- Pokémons will be located near rivers, sea, etc. This is how the exciting game begins.

According to the survey conducted by Newzoo team and app analytics specialist Prioridata, Pokémon Go ranked first based on the revenues and downloads among iOS mobile games released within this year particularly in US, China and Europe. Quickly, right after it was released it became a worldwide phenomenon having been downloaded more than 500 million times globally.

However, the demand of the game is slowly tapering down since it was released in July 2016 as reported recently by International Business Times. Thus, Niantic Labs is now rumored to incorporate a huge reform to update the application into a more interesting and exciting game compared to the old one. The new updated version of Pokémon Go is rumored to be released this December. Some of the updated features of the game include a new notification system, a more precise and accurate Pokémon tracker and a trading system.

The said new features for the game will enable the players to be updated with important events and pieces of information as to where, when, and how to hunt the group of Pokémon. Furthermore, 100 Gen 2 Pokémons will be added as well as famous legendary characters such as Mew, Mewtwo, Lugia, Ho-Oh, Celebi, Entei, and Suicune.

With the said new features of the game, players must be agitated to try it out and experience the excitement this Christmas Holidays. Meanwhile, for people who damaged their eyes staying up all night to surf the internet , ways to save your eye. Check this out.

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