as mentioned in Niantic’s Pokemon GO Easter surprise: Virtual Trespassing Lawsuits!
Whether or not this same sort of solution is being sought here in the United States – we’ll see very soon.
According to Phys.org, this meant Pokemon GO’s virtual monsters “have been removed from the protected natural area” in question.
This week it’s become clear that Niantic isn’t easily going to duck a number of lawsuits filed against them in courts in both the United States and abroad.
If Niantic starts deleting points of interest from their game, will they have to comply with every request made throughout the United States?
Pokemon GO Update: Easter Event news revealed following Legendary Mewtwo minigame
as declared in POKEMON GO’s Easter event could launch as early as this week, following updated news details and a fantastic Mewtwo minigame from The Silph Road.
There isn’t yet a real Easter Bunny Pokemon in the game.
“Easter Week might well bring about another Shiny Pokemon,” writes SlashGear “We’ve had a tip from a yet-unproven source which suggests that it’ll be Exeggcute – which would make a lot of sense given the double-whammy of a Pokemon that Pokemon is for this season.
With that in mind it seems fairly nailed on that Niantic will release details of an Easter event in the coming days, with some outlets suggesting it could launch as early as this week.
Exeggcute is a Grass-Type Pokemon.
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Easter event COUNTDOWN begins, as Niantic risks losing MORE players
To combat the drop in players, Niantic is expected to launch an Easter event in the coming days, perhaps as early as this week.
Pokemon Go Easter event could launch VERY SOONPokemon Go developer Niantic has been handed some bad news this week, as new stats reveal how many users have stopped playing the game.
Unfortunately, however, around 80% of those users have stopped playing.
New Niantic events tend to be revealed around midday on any given weekday, so it’s worth checking back soon.
At its peak, Pokemon Go was being played by a massive 28 million people.
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