Pokemon Go is a highly popular mobile game that is renowned for the fun gameplay that it offers. One of the most fun activities in Pokemon Go is to obviously catch and train rare Pokemon. Well, this is going to get easier for a short period of time because the developers of the mobile game are now rolling out a brand-new update which introduces Lure Modules. Although, this is not the only thing that the new update introduces and today we are going to present everything that Pokemon Go fans need to know about the mobile game’s latest release.
Pokemon Go 0.145.1 Update
First off, the new update for Pokemon Go sports the 0.145.1 version number. This is a high priority update and we are advising all Pokemon Go fans who enjoy catching rare Pokemon and training them to hurry up and download the new update as soon as possible. In addition, the update weighs in at a total of 94.6MB and it can be installed on Android powered smartphones that are running on a minimum of Android 4.4 KitKat operating system.
As previously noted, the new update for Pokemon Go introduces a powerful feature called Lure Modules. This feature can be used by players in order to make it easier for them to catch rare Pokemon that they find in the most remote places. In fact, let’s go over the patch notes for the new update so that we can see what the developers have to say about the new update. “Trainers! In our last release, you discovered brand-new Lure Modules to help you catch even more Pokémon from the Sinnoh region,” said the developers.
In addition, the update also introduces new summer events. “Are you ready for our summer events? Our first Pokémon GO Fest of the summer is coming up! Even if you won’t be joining us June 13–16 in Chicago, there are still tons of ways to join in the fun. In this newest update, you may see some hints of what you can look forward to this summer,” added the developers.
Ernestina Saenz Salcido is a reporter for News Lair. She mostly writes on her free time about gadgets and tech news. When she’s not working she takes care of her 2 daughters.