The next update of "Pokemon GO" will bring the arrival of new interesting Gen 2 Pokemon that will revive the interest of the users of this successful application. The launch of this interesting update will take players to the streets again with their smartphones. Recently, new places have been leaked where players can go in searching for their favorite creatures. According to the information leaked a few moments ago, there are 5 new places where the best Pokemon are found. Next, we share with you the latest details related to this new information. Let’s see below.

'Pokémon GO': best summer locations

This summer, Santa Monica Pier (California) will undoubtedly be one of the newest places with the highest concentration of Gen 2 Pokemon.

According to information filtered a few minutes ago by a source close to Niantic, Santa Monica Pier will be one of the best options that users will have to capture the prized Pokemon (Dratini, Electabuzz and the occasional Lapras). According to new reports, users will also have the option to get the best rare Gen 1 Pokemon in Pacific Park.

Central Park

Another new place where "Pokemon GO" players can catch certain rare Pokemon is Central Park. So, users will have the opportunity to capture a Togetic or Miltank instead of a Dragonite or Snorlax.

Spruce Street Harbor

The port of Spruce Street remains an excellent location for catching Pokemon (Psyduck and Magikarp), along with the occasional Dratini or Vaporeon, which have been thrown into the mix.

Bayfront Park

Bayfront Park is a great place to catch some rare Pokémon.

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It should be mentioned that this place was known for its efficiency in Charmander nests, which are very scarce.

Monterey Park, CA

Pokémon like Larvitar are hard to find, but not in Monterey Park, so catch as many as you can, because once you have enough of these, and once you can evolve these creatures, it will greatly improve your game.

This is all the information known so far. Keep enjoying the game, and stay tuned for more updates as they become available.