The Pokemon Go Plus Email Sent Update Notification Might Bring Moltres, Articuno, And Zapdos

Jan 13, 2017 06:49 PM EST | Jayde Marvynne Zamora

Earlier this week, Nintendo has revealed stocks update for their Pokemon Go Plus device. This news was followed by an email sent by Niantic regarding an upcoming Pokemon Go update. Today, an anonymous source just recently confirmed that legendary Pokemon might come out with the said update.

According to this source, Pokemon Go might be rolling out fan favorite Pokemon Moltres, Articuno, and Zapdos. The news hint that the upcoming update will be revealed either Chinese New Year or Valentine's Day.

There is no official statement from Niantic regarding the said update. According to the email sent by Niantic, exciting updates, and new Pokemons are coming. It added to get a special message from Professor Willow and reminded to stay alerted while playing Pokemon Go. As speculated from previous reports, Niantic will release new Pokemons by clusters and through mini-events.

To add, Pokemon Go receives more support from Starbucks as more locations were partnering into the game. Over 5,000 Starbucks location in the US have integrated into the game, therefore, it adds more places for Pokemon Go users to play. There are special-edition Pokemon Go Frappuccino at any participating Starbucks location as well.

The series of new updates for Pokemon Go aims to rekindle the declining popularity of the hit game. Niantic aims to release more updates and Pokemons to entice more players into the game.

In other news, Pokemon Go Plus is now available for pre-orders. The device will be available in March and will be delivered March 31st. As of the moment, the said stock update is exclusive for Nintendo UK only. Nintendo of America has not commented on the news. Auto World News will provide updates regarding this matter.

What are your thoughts about the new update for Pokemon Go and Pokemon Go Plus? Share it in the comment section below.

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