The future of Pokemon GO looks pretty bright and fans can always figure out when to make changes like data mining.
Now it looks like a fan who has the Twitter name PokemonDoctorYT. Chatted with Niantic CEO John Hanke during a flight and gave some interesting details about what the future holds for the game.
Pokemon GO's level cap is increased
The conversation was summarized by prominent Pokemon's GO Content Creator Reversal and it was revealed that at some point in the future, Niantic would become the level cap of Pokemon GO will increase.
After the introduction of the new Field Research System, players have more options to earn XP (19659002). This would definitely be an option for those who have already reached the level cap, the XP rewards associated with the quest are to enjoy.
Hanke also said that both Generation 4 Pokemon and Players For Pokemon GO are currently Versus player battles in the works.
This does not really surprise us, as we imagine that at some point every generation of Pokémon will find their way into the world popular mobile game
PvP bouts were already before the start of the game for Pokemon GO announced, but it's still good to know that Niantic is still actively working on this feature.
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They strive to balance the game and become new items introduced sometime.  Here is what is 100% CONFIRMED:
– PokéStop Submissions Coming
– GO Fest 2
– Actions Against Spoofing
Many Thanks, @PokemonDoctorYT for the info! #PokemonGO
[1 9459009] – Reversal (@ReversalYouTube) April 28, 2018
The map of the game will raid friendlier
The conversation also shows more interesting information about the future of the game. It looks like there is something in the work for the game card to make it raid friendly and some new items are also created.
Players will also be able to request PokeStops and there are plans to include a second Pokemon Go Fest event. Hanke also confirmed that there will be more actions against Spoofer.
Niantic has already shown its willingness to eliminate spoofers and they have recently exiled many of them.