A new update is expected to soon reach Pokémon GO and with is arrival users will be able to catch Second Generation of Pokémons.
Many users have been waiting for the arrival of more than 100 new Pokemon GO creatures as part of that great update that never seems to come until now. From Niantic, the creators of the game will bet on a stepped entry of second-generation Pokémon to Pokémon GO. Instead of throwing them all at once, the company will perhaps execute it in a way to maintain the game’s use and download curve for a longer time.
Pokemon GO has been erected as the most downloaded game in both iOS and Android during 2016 and the update of the second generation of Pokémon could help them to repeat the success during 2017 knowing that many people have uninstalled it after the initial fever.
So far there is the possibility of getting some second generation Pokémon hatched eggs, a more boring practice that has been incorporated as a test and seems to have not settled well.
The latest edition of the official Pokémon GO newsletter has confirmed that soon the second-generation Pokémon will start to appear in our pilgrimage through the streets, or in other words: it will be possible to capture second generation Pokemon as it does with the rest and not depend on hatching the eggs. The statement features images of Togepi and Pichu, which are likely to be achieved in a normal way. The rest of second generation Pokémon that are in eggs to hatch are Cleffa, Igglybuff, Elekid, Magby and Smoochum.
All these new Pokemon are from the Johto region and we can get them in the normal way by going outside to investigate. It is likely that the arrival of these new creatures will be done step wise, so that not all Pokemon can be found quickly and the excitement to catch all new Pokémons is maintained.