It's not yet clear how common the new berries will be, but we'll find out more later this week when the new Pokemon Go update goes live. The former slows a Pokemon's movement while the latter doubles the number of sweets acquired only if your next Pokemon catch attempt turns out to be a success. Some Pokemon originally discovered in the Kanto region will soon be able to evolve into Pokemon that inhabit the Johto region! There will also be new "evolution items" available at PokeStops.
Remember how back in the days, Pokemon fans were obsessed with trading their cards? While some were hoping to see generation 2 Pokemon into the game in the near future, say, first half of 2017, not many were expecting the bomb that Niantic had prepared for its Pokemon savvy community. Other changes are coming to Pokemon Go as well. You'll need to enable to the Pinap berries before you go on to catch a new Pokemon, and they'll only work for one Pokemon. This will include the opportunity for new evolutions, so you may want to start stockpiling candy again.
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To all this we have to add new options to customize our avatar, such as clothing and accessories that will allow us to stand out over other players and make us more unique. The encounter screen will also have item carousels that let players easily select berries and Poke Balls without scrolling through the item menu. The new additions will join the initial set of Pokemon from generation 2 that were introduced in Pokemon Go in December, which included Pichu, Elekid, Togepic, Togetic, Magby, Smoochum, Clefa, and Igglybluff.
So, the question remains, is anyone actually playing Pokemon GO anymore?