Pokemon Go developer Niantic has to reveal the new update on Tuesday, Pokemon has released a new update for iOS and Android. In the evening that it was in the process of updating the game to version 0.63.1 for Android and 1.33.1 for iOS devices.
This updates won’t add much to the game, but a data mine of the APK reveals that some interesting new features are living being worked on behind the scenes.
In the Pokemon, Go update reveal that the update brings Brazilian Portuguese language support and will allow players to tap on medals as well a new feature that lets you check progress by tapping on the metal symbol. Data miners have discovered some exciting new information about Raids, as well as probable changes to make Gyms more competitive.
According to Pokemon Go Hub, Gyms and Raids are coming soon, although it’s not clear how they’ll work. It looks like Niantic is working on a notification system to alert players about nearby Raids, as well as a map overlay. See this Pokémon GO Should Release A Legendary A Week
Here are the three lines of code that appear to be related to the upcoming gym raids:
Any code introduced by ACTIVITY alludes to an occasion in which experience is picked up, so this code recommends that players will have the capacity to pick up understanding by crushing a “strike Pokemon” (which The Silph Road accept is a Pokemon that assaults an exercise center where you have a Pokemon shielding), sustaining a berry to either the attack Pokemon or you’re guarding Pokemon and a strange pursuit work.
In this updates what’s new too and how it works, and how to affect battle Gyms to, but it’s player to active all time and get the players will have to take a more active role when it comes to both defending gyms and attacking gyms in the future to reveals,
A more to an additional line of code also suggests that Pokemon Go will soon limit the number of Pokemon of the same species that can be stationed at a single gym.
Also, the Niantic will be implementing a new form a memory management that should help the game run smoother, and other pieces of code indicate that the company is going to continue to fight cheaters by banning players who warp to locations to capture Pokemon from anywhere in the world.
There’s no telling when these features will arrive, but with the one-year anniversary of Pokemon Go swiftly approaching, expect some big news from Niantic in the coming weeks and months.