Niantic has announced its upcoming update that has everything to do with Raids. Interestingly, this is not like the conventional raids that "Pokemon GO" players usually do. According to Gamespot, players should have an invitation before they can join and participate in the raids. Exclusive Raids, also known as EX Raids will have a field test soon so make sure to watch out for Niantic's latest announcements.

Niantic plans to test EX Raids on selected Gyms in "Pokemon GO." In a post on the game's official website, it said: "During the field test, we'll be making periodic adjustments to EX Raid eligibility requirements." This also includes other features like the overall goal of the EX Raids when it comes to rewarding players.

Mostly, the game's consistency in other regions will also be observed.

Beginning September 6 [VIDEO], Niantic will start giving away Passes to join the beta [VIDEO]. Unfortunately, the developer has not revealed how long the beta test will be and who are eligible to get the special Pass. As a teaser, the Legendary Pokemon Mewtwo can only be acquired through the EX Raids.

Meanwhile, players can only get an invitation provided, they recently completed a Raid in a specific location. Niantic, on the other hand, assured fans that an advance warning will be sent out before any EX Raid Battle begins. This warning will serve as a sign that players will need to coordinate with local trainers for the invite.

What's new in "Pokemon GO" this week

Paste Magazine reported that "Pokemon GO" has added pocket-monsters that can be acquired until the 31st of October.

The list includes Raikou (Americas), Entei (Europe and Africa) and Suicune (Asia-Pacific). These monsters, however, will roam around regions making it difficult to catch them. SlashGear released the schedule of the pocket-monsters appearance mainly Raikou in the United States and switched on September 30, October 31.

Mobile device update for Android and iOS

Meanwhile, iOS and Android users recently received an update that largely helps improve the gaming experience of each platform users. "Pokemon GO" update 0.73.1 for Android and 1.43.1 for iOS resolves mostly bugs, improved the Pokemon Collection screen search, added the ability to view the number of Trainers entered and spin the Photo Disc in a Gym.

As for the EX Raids Battle in "Pokemon GO," Niantic is encouraging everyone to comment on the new feature in order for them to improve the game.