Niantic has just revealed new and interesting changes in "Pokémon GO," as users will have an easier way to catch exclusive Pokémon in the region through a new locator. According to the leaked information, this huge update will have a massive impact compared to the number of Pokestops around the world. An interesting fact is that the new changes in the tool (OPR) will allow users to better be able to find Pokestops. Korea and Brazil are two of the places where these changes have been launched, so if you are traveling to one of these places or if you are located in one of these areas, you might be lucky to catch Heracross and Farfetch'd, two exclusive Pokémon of the region.

Next, we share with you all-new details revealed.

New, interesting changes in the game

Recently a source close to Niantic revealed that the mechanics of wild Pokémon encounters have changed for the launch of the new Shiny Pokémon, which will be launched by Niantic in the coming days. According to the information filtered by this source, the new wild Pokémon have a new feature that differentiates them from the previous ones, with different statistics for each player. This is an important change to the game first noticed by Redditors on The Silph Road.

Additional information

The CEO of Niantic mentioned that the company is working actively to bring one-on-one battles to the app, as this is undoubtedly one of the features most requested by the community. Hanke added that Smeargle and Delibird have not yet been added to "Pokémon GO" because of their unique moves.

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The first can use the Scheme movement, which can copy the last movement used by the target, while Delibird can use a toll, which can hurt or damage a random Pokémon.

In an interview with John Hanke, the CEO of Niantic, he recently said that the company plans to introduce several improvements. However, there are still rumors surrounding the next event and its launch.

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