A week ago, a redesign to enlarged reality hit amusement Pokemon Go achieved several undesirable changes – it expelled the broken close-by highlight, as well as had a bug that didn’t honor clients for getting a superior toss. An overhaul to the amusement, discharged late Monday night for both Android and iOS, guarantees to understand that and that’s just the beginning.
Pokemon Go Update Brings Back Throw XP
As per designer Niantic, the overhaul – v1.3.0 on the App Store and v0.33.0 on Google Play – likewise presents a notice for individuals playing the amusement in an auto while going over a specific rate. Much the same as with the route application Waze, you will be presented with an exchange box requesting that you affirm that you’re not the driver.
The Pokemon Go overhaul likewise settles the toss bug, so you ought to see focuses being granted for “Decent” (10 XP), “Extraordinary” (50 XP) and “Fantastic” (100 XP) at the end of the day. What’s more, in the event that you’d incidentally chosen a humiliating moniker when beginning the amusement and have been holding up to change it, there’s uplifting news. You can now do as such, however just once, so do pick astutely this time around.
Niantic have likewise changed the Nearby Pokemon highlight, giving it a double look with a following element called, well, “Close-by” and another area called “Sightings”. The first is, truth be told, interactive and as enthusiastic NeoGAF clients have as of now appeared, it permits you to really track said Pokemon by showing a pink marker on your Pokemon map. The other one lets you know what Pokemon have been spotted close-by of late.
The new “Close-by” highlight is presently being tried with a select group of clients, and there’s no word on when it will be taken off to everybody. Here are alternate changes, affability Niantic’s notes:
Made changes to the exactness of a curveball toss
Settled accomplishments demonstrating off base Medal symbols
Determined issues with the battery saver mode and re-empowered this component
Included visuals of Team pioneers – Candela, Blanche and Spark