Pokemon GO Weather Update Video Released

Above Pokemon Go will reflect real-world weather like

Above Pokemon Go will reflect real-world weather like

Reuters/ Kim Kyung-HoonNew study connects over 100,000 vehicle accidents to application game "Pokemon GO".

Meanwhile, the "Pokemon GO" update will add up to 50 new Pokemon from the Hoenn region.

Additionally, Niantic confirmed it has added dynamic weather to the game; local conditions around you will cause similar weather in-game.

Niantic plans to release these updates in two individual parts. Pokemon GO will now factor in the real-world environment and change Pokemon spawns and other goodies like stardust accordingly, adding some much-needed immersion to the title. Now, players' characters can play in the rain or in the snow, or any weather influenced by real-time climate like sunny, foggy, cloudy, or windy. Plus, you'll be able to see the weather in-game. These creatures were originated from "Pokemon Ruby" and "Pokemon Sapphire".

We are not sure which new Pokemon are appearing later this week, but Niantic has at least mentioned the three Gen 3 starters (Torchic, Treecko, and Mudkip).

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Announced on the company's Pokémon Go blog, the first major change will be the creation of a dynamic weather system.

Weather near players will impact Pokemon in a variety of ways and some attacks will be more effective during certain conditions. Instead, they will be released gradually in due course.

"We just haven't fully investigated those and talked about how would we want to bring those into Pokemon GO".

As for what's coming next, Bhargava stated that Niantic uses December as a planning month for the next year in order to start "spec-ing out" new features and planning how to market them. Rather than releasing all 130 Hoenn Pokemon all at once, Niantic has chose to introduce this generation's Pokemon incrementally.

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