With Niantic’s latest update for Pokemon Go, it seems that a lot has changed. The update mainly involves the migration of Pokemon nests from one location to another. It’s estimated that every twenty or so days, nests migrate and change the dynamic of certain areas in which players can catch Pokemon.
It’s certainly not the first update that’s dealt with spawn/creature locations as well. However, it’s been reported that nests have been doing quite a lot of migrating recently.
A thread on the Pokemon Go subreddit, The Silph Road, has allowed users to compile a list of certain Pokemon that have been migrating. Posters have acquired a list of over a hundred different Pokemon that have been moving round.
What are now older nests are also transformed into double spawn nests allowing access to potentially more powerful or rare Pokemon.
Users on Silph Road have reported that there has been a slight drop in soft spawns but this hasn’t really been verified to an extent.
The recent update to nests has appeared to make capturing Pokemon a more varied process which is always a bonus to keep gamers interested.
The list over at The Silph Road is being updated regularly so check back to see the complete list of which Pokemon have migrated. This is the list so far:
|No||Old Pokemon Nest||New Pokemon Nest|
Have you noticed these changes in your locality? It is going to be rolled out across all areas shortly.