How much life the latest second generation update has brought into Pokemon Go. One of the most popular games on smartphones, the app based game is going to become all the more popular in the coming weeks and months. No one has any doubt.
But this was not the case when the App based game was launched last year. It is not even one year when the launch took place and within such a short time, the game has been downloaded more than 500 million times. It was late last year’s statistics. In the last two months, the game would have got at least a hundred million more downloads.
In the meantime, amidst excitement about the 2nd generation updates, many people are forgetting some obvious limitations of the game. The most crucial game mechanics is being actually destroyed due to the limitation of smartphone hardware.
Hatching eggs is proving to be a child’s play due to the limitation of smartphone. It is being increasingly heard that in order to hatch their Pokemon eggs, the Pokemon Go players don’t really need to walk, and racking up in-game steps has become so easy that you can pretty much do it right from your couch.
The GPS issue may be behind this whole farce of hatching egg without even having to move even a step. Many players of the very popular game have claimed that GPS tracking in the game is not only extremely inaccurate, it is actually getting worse. This leads to what players are calling “GPS drift,” which is essentially the game getting inaccurate data from your phone’s GPS system and then translating it into in-game movement.
Pokemon 2 Gen 2 Egg hatching chart
2 Kilometer Eggs
5 Kilometer Eggs
Nidoran – Female
Nidoran – Male
10 Kilometer Eggs