'Pokémon GO' Update: Legendary Birds To Arrive Soon Along With The New Buddy System? Does Mean The End Of The Hype?

19 October 2016, 8:00 am EDT By C. de Lacy Mobile & Apps
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"Pokémon GO" is no longer as hyped and hot as before; the fact that fans haven't seen the full potential of it could be scary. One such feature that we are yet to see are the Legendary Birds. Will people still see them?

As reported by HyperPoke, the chances of the Legendary Birds coming out for "Pokémon GO" in a few more months. This will be tagging along with the expected new Buddy System that never got any confirmation yet.

Based on a report from Pokemon Go Informer, Gen 2 should be rolling out pretty soon that a couple of pokémon from gen 1 will benefit from the new evolutions. The legendary birds as well as ultra rare pokémon like Ditto, Mewtwo and Mew are expected to be included once Gen 2 comes out officially.

The community speculates that Gen 2 will be coming out in March of 2017, which is still a long stretch from today and the number of players may surprisingly dwindle.

During the third quarter of the year, reports like the one from KnowTechie have already surfaced regarding the slowly dying community of "Pokémon GO" players due to Niantic never turning a head for their concerns.

One of the primary reasons was due to the systems being tweaked over and over again after Niantic appears to have meddled with in a way that would upset almost every "Pokémon GO" player. One such feature is the harmless trackers, which actually aim to aid the buggy in-game tracker.

"Pokémon GO" still has tons of players, but a lot of fans are asking for an update that would rekindle the game once again and bring back the spark that made it special in the first place. A gen 2 pokémon line up would be more than appropriate.

Stay tuned as we anticipate the arrival of legendary birds, rares, and gen 2 for "Pokémon GO."

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