Pokemon GO is making New Updates! Here are all Details

Yolanda Curtis
January 14, 2020

Based on Niantic, four of those newest Pokemon (Boldore, Gurdurr, Karrablast, and Shelmet) and a number of the older Pokemon are compatible with this mechanic.

Alongside the new Trade Evolutions, we'll see some other Pokemon from the Unova region make their way into the game.

To compare Pokemon Go's 2019 performance to the industry's most successful mobile games, it's now the fifth highest earner.

Since its already 2020 and Pokemon GO seemed to forgotten to update their Pokemon list for more pocket monsters to catch on the wild, the augmented reality mobile game is now surely excited for the start of 2020 with this year's new unlocked batch of Pokemon available to be caught on the wild and on raids. Trade evolution is a simple feature with which players can now trade Pokemons.

The Pokemon you can find in the wild will include Roggenrola, Tympole, Dwebble, Trubbish, Karrablast, Joltik, Shelmet, and tons more. If you have gained any of these Pokemon through a previous trade, then they can be evolved at no Candy cost immediately.

10 Km eggs: Timburr, Tirtouga, Archen, and Axew. Each of these Pokemon are also eligible for Trade Evolution. Timburr will be available in one-star raids.

Niantic has already announced big plans for 2020, with new events, in-game bonuses, characters and, of course, Pokemon themselves planned for the next 12 months, so while we might not see the masses making mad dashes over Central Park anymore, Pokemon GO is anything but dead. There are also region exclusives based on where in the world you are. Throh will only be found in North America, South America and Africa whilst his fighting pal Sawk will appear throughout Europe, Asia and Australia.

It's not bad when you consider Pokemon Go is a free download, and isn't particularly aggressive with its monetisation. This is still an early year for the Pokemon Go team, but fans are as enthusiastic as ever for this very successful mobile game.

Pokemon GO is available now on iOS and Android devices.

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