THE POKEMON Go Easter Event is set to be followed by TWO major updates, one in spring and one during the summer.

Pokemon Go news: Niantic have TWO major updates planned for after Easter Event

Pokemon Go is a game that is being constantly updated by developers Niantic, although many of the new feature remain hidden in the game’s master code.

Slowly, new feature are being revealed and the next series of changes could prove very big, transforming the popular Android and Apple app that still draws huge numbers of daily players.

Niantic have now confirmed that they have two new special Pokemon Go updates set for launch, one coming in spring and another planned for the summer.

Fans already knew that new content and features were being planned for launch in the coming weeks and now the development team have revealed more on what will be released after that.

The Pokemon Go Easter Event is separate from both, providing big bonuses to the game over the next five days.

It looks set to be followed by a much bigger Pokemon Go update, which will focus on bringing a new co-op experience to the popular Android and Apple game.

“We continue to be inspired by the passion of the 65+ million people from around the world playing Pokemon Go each month,” a message from Niantic explains.

“We’re still at the beginning of the journey and there’s a lot more to come.

“With spring arriving in the northern hemisphere, players can look forward to all new cooperative social gameplay experiences in Pokemon Go that will give Trainers new and exciting reasons to get back into the sunshine.”

It’s still unknown what this new social gameplay will be, however, recent leaks do point to new Pokemon Go news that’s been discovered

This includes a Gym revamp, and a new raids systems, which has been rumoured to be a big part of the revamp coming to Pokemon Go

The Pokemon Go spring update could be the first phase, adding new Gym gameplay mechanics that will change how you interact with your Pocket Monster when placed in one.

Players will apparently be able to monitor their Pocket Monsters that are away guarding Gyms, this will include notification on battles that they have either won or lost.

Other new features will also reportedly include having to feed your Gym Pokemon with berries, although it’s unclear if this will extend to the ones already present in the game, or a new special kind.

Additional rewards will also be attached to owning Gyms, and may even feed into a wider social system that will see global goals set by Niantic.

This will reportedly be followed by the wider raids system, and sounds like a natural extension of the daily rewards system, giving players something to do as an alternative to just hunting Pocket Monsters.

Nothing has been leaked on how the mechanics behind a raid will function, however, it seems likely that Niantic will use it as a way to introduce Legendary Pokemon.

It could mean that when Legendary Pokemon arrive in your region, you will have to compete against the other teams in player challenges to earn access to them.

Nothing has been confirmed by Niantic as of yet, however, new information was provided via a new interview with some staff members.

According to a recent translation of the K-Tai Watch interview, Niantic’s Japanese Staff Yoshiji Kawashima, Asian General Manager, and Kenji Suka, Asian General Marketing Manager, confirmed that a big summer event is being worked on.

No further details were shared other than the new Pokemon Go update would be like nothing the development team have ever done before.

Currently, players can enjoy hatching better Pokemon from 2km eggs, earning double XP, as well as added Candies from the Pocket Monsters successfully hatched.

In terms of an end date, the Pokemon Go Easter Eggstravaganza event is only running for a week, which means it finishes on April 20 at 9pm, UK time.

Lucky eggs are also available at a discounted price, selling at 50% off for the duration of the event, and also providing players the opportunity of stacking them to get X4 the XP.

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