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Pokemon Go Updated With These Changes

News Bot Aug 8, 2016

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    Niantic Labs today released a new update for the massively popular Pokemon Go. Among other things, the update introduces a new reminder not to play the game while driving a car. Playing a video game while driving, or doing anything else that distracts you, is a bad idea.
    VentureBeat has the patch notes, which are listed below. In addition to the new reminder not to play "while traveling above a certain speed," there are bug fixes and the ability to change your nickname. It's not mentioned in the patch notes, but apparently the "Nearby" feature is gone, replaced by "Sightings."
    [h=3]Pokemon Go August 8 Patch Notes:[/h]
    • Added a dialog to remind Trainers that they should not play while traveling above a certain speed; Trainers will have to indicate they aren't the driver.
    • Fixed a bug that prevented "Nice," "Great," and "Excellent" Poke Ball throws from awarding the appropriate XP bonuses.
    • Enabled the ability for Trainers to change their nickname one time, so please choose your new nickname wisely.
    • Resolved issues with the battery saver mode on iOS and re-enabled the feature.
    • Other fixes.
    In other news about Pokemon Go, you can no longer catch creatures at the Holocaust Museum or the Hiroshima atomic bomb memorial. Additionally, a new report claims the free game has brought in more than $200 million from its various micotransactions.


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