Pokemon Go Users! Here’s an exclusive update for you. Niantic Labs has announced the launch of Pokemon Go 0.45.0 / 1.15.0 for Android and iOS. With the latest update, Pokemon Go comes with a handy tracking feature, daily bonuses, prestige changes, Gym wait times, and much more. It is really surprising because it is the first update of this lucrative game in November.
On Sunday, Niantic stated that Pokemon Go is ready to update to version 0.45.0 for android and 1.15.0 for iOS devices. The latest update surely means that gamers will enjoy more features and functionality to interact with, as well as having a great fluid experience because of a number of bug fixes. These startling features and improvements in this popular game will make sure that trainers remain loyal to the game and never think about to delete or uninstall Pokemon Go.
What’s new in Pokemon Go 0.45.0 / 1.15.0 for Android and iOS Update?
With the recent update of Pokemon Go 0.45.0 / 1.15.0 for Android and iOS, this heart-winning game covers three major areas named, daily bonuses, Gym time waits, and Prestige changes. Let’s know these features thoroughly!
- Through the new daily bonuses feature, trainers will get the rewards for performing tasks daily. When you catch the first Pokemon or visit the Pokestop each day, you’ll be get rewarded a large bonus when you perform this task for seven consecutive days.
- With the Gym Time Waits feature, when you defeat a Gym leader, a brief period of time will be allowed in which you can place a Pokemon Go in the open Gym.
- Lastly, the amount of Prestige a rival game loses when you defeat a regular Gym member has enhanced. On the other hand, the amount of Prestige given by training at a friendly Gym has been lowered.
Additionally, there is a bundle of bug fixes that Niantic has done with the current update of Pokemon Go. A new tracking feature called ‘Nearby Pokemon’ is also out there. This feature is released this summer but the company removed this feature soon because it was promoting a huge wave of backlash from the community. However, Niantic has made some improvements to fixes the bugs and now it is expanding the tracking area of its Nearby Pokemon feature from San Francisco to some parts of Seattle, Arizona and the rest of the Bay area.