Pokemon Go update 0.167.1 reportedly fixes GBL & online PvP bugs
Niantic has started to roll out a new update for Pokemon Go. The latest update is coming with version number 0.167.1. The new update is bringing a lot of enhancements and bug fixes to the game. Also, GO Battle League related issues have been addressed in the latest update.
The information regarding the latest update of the game has been spotted on the popular Pokemon Go forum, TheSilphRoad. According to a Twitter user, ChayzeMz, the latest update to the game has broken dex entries. Have a look at the tweet below.
Apart form this, Pokemon Go February Community details have also been revealed. The upcoming Community Day will feature Rhyhorn Pokemon. Speaking of Rhyhorn, it is Ground and Rock-type Pokemon. It evolves into Rhydon which further evolves into Rhyperior.
For the first time, Niantic introduced voting for the Community Day and it featured Pokemon including – Machop, Rhyhorn, Vulpix and Dratini. Well, Rhyhorn received the most number of votes and it will now be featured in the upcoming Community Day.
Pokemon Go February Community Day will take place on Saturday, February 22, 2020. Community Day timings for the northern hemisphere are 11 am to 2 am. (local time). However, for the southern hemisphere, Community Day timings are – 3 pm to 6 pm (local time).
Pokemon Go February Community Day is also bringing a range of bonuses for players. The list of bonuses that will be awarded to players includes the following: 3× Catch Stardust & 3 hours lures. Also, if you are lucky, you may encounter a Shiny Rhyhorn.
From a quick refresher, Pokemon Go is one of the best-augmented reality games that are currently available on the market. The game was launched in 2016 & since then it has been running strong. Pokemon Go generated revenue of $1.4 billion for Niantic in 2019.
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