Pokémon Go soon to introduce new feature, Daily Bonuses

Pokémon Go was once a crave that everybody was busy walking through the streets with their smartphones in hand and trying to catch the stunning creatures. Although there has been a steep drop in players recently, Pokémon Go continues to expand the popularity in more markets and consistently offers updates that give players a reason to check back in with the game every day.

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Pokémon Go developer, Niantic today announced that the game will receive a new update that includes a daily bonus feature for trainers. According to Niantic, daily bonus will feature in the upcoming update that hits both iOS and Android devices. However, the Company has not specified an exact time frame for the update.

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The daily bonus feature will give players extra experience and stardust for catching Pokémon and visiting PokéStops. Accordingly, players will be awarded with a set amount of 500 XP and 600 stardust. Besides, trainers will receive 2,000 XP and 2,400 stardust upon adding a new Pokémon to their collection for seven days straight. There are also daily rewards for inspecting PokéStop every day. If you hit up a PokéStop each day and spin the discs, you will be granted with 500 XP and some items that could be either candy or license. Furthermore, if a trainer visits to a PokéStop every day and spins the disc, he will receive 2,000 experience points along with a great number of additional items.

The upcoming update serves as Niantic’s strategic plan to attract more users worldwide following reports of a decline in popularity. Last month, on Halloween day, Pokémon Go gave players extra candy and made certain ghost-type Pokémon more abundant.

Pokémon Go is a free-to-play game that is now available for Android, iOS and Apple Watch. The game quickly became a world phenomenon that hit the top of the App Store and Google Play. The game has been downloaded more than 500 million times worldwide so far, making it one of the most used and profitable mobile apps of the year.

Also read: How to find Pokémon with Poke Radar

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