"Pokémon GO" has had its biggest update to date when introducing on its platform the creatures that were introduced in the second generation of the franchise, which is why The Pokémon Go international announced a new celebration for the 21st anniversary of Pokémon, which took place on the 27th of February. The special celebration was given for the first time in 2016 to commemorate the twentieth anniversary of the franchise.

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The second generation of creatures that have been added to "Pokémon GO" include Steelix (a ground-type Pokémon, and the evolution of Onix). Its name comes from the English word Steel and the semiprecious onyx stone.

The Pokémon Silver Pokedex says the following about Steelix: "its body has been compressed inside the earth, and that's why it's harder than diamonds."

The pocket monsters' body is divided into a head of large jaws and fangs that make up the largest and most heavy segment of the body, and a tail finished with a knife at the end.

The latest update of 'Pokémon GO'

The latest update of "Pokémon GO" has introduced new objects among which are those of the new evolutions. These accessories were already present in the classic games of the franchise and serve to evolve a creature into a different one, regardless of level or evolutionary methods. To make the Onix become this new creature it is necessary to use the metallic linin and not to collect candies.

So coaches wishing to have this Pokémon should visit several pokestations to get the metallic lining.

Ultimately, this is only a small fraction of the updates that users of the application will likely see throughout the rest of 2017. Overall, the last few months in particular have been immensely eventful for users of the application, with many new activities and pocket monsters to catch to keep players interested and intrigued by the game developed by Niantic.

Ultimately, it will be interesting to see what else is released as the new updates become available.

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