‘Pokemon Go’ Latest News & Updates: Make Room For 100 New Pocket Monsters This December!
“Ditto” has been hogging the limelight at the moment on “Pokemon Go” but 100 other creatures may possibly be on the way thanks to techies who have dug deep into the latest update code from Niantic.
With December a couple of days away, many are hoping to see the new things for “Pokemon Go”. Already out is “Ditto”, the fresh new pocket monster gamers want to capture though he may already be lurking inside one’s PokeDex.
“Ditto” is reportedly a critter that cannot be found in the wild and the fact that he is a shape-shifter hints at him possibly already in the PokeDex of “Pokemon Go” players, Slash Gear reported. Before going on the hunt, it may be best to double check your pocket monster inventory to make sure.
Using the Pokemon Go Plus accessory can reportedly help pin down Ditto but actually identifying and snagging him may be a bit tricky. Apparently, catching several Pokemon will be needed to see him evolve. The list includes Doduo, Ekans, Magikarp, Mankey, Metapod, Paras, Pidgey, Rattata, Spearow, Snorlax, Venonat, and Zubat, Game and Guide reported.
While all that seems a lot to take in, the fact is “Ditto” will soon have company. Thanks to the efforts of PokeVS and The Silph Road, the latest codes for “Pokemon Go” indicate that 100 new critters are present in the scripts. However, the only way these pocket monsters are appearing is if Niantic activates them.
Either way, that should be good news for players eager to see new pocket monsters on their PokeDex. With 100 new pocket monsters joining the fray on “Pokemon Go”, it tends to ask how players can manage the ones they already have in tow.
From the looks of it, “Pokemon Go” players need to do some spring cleaning of their PokeDex soon to make sure that new monsters can be captured and stored once they come out in the open.
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