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Ditto has now been discovered in Pokemon GO

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At long last, the elusive Ditto has appeared in Pokemon Go. The only non-legendary Pokemon of the original 151 that hadn’t yet made an appearance can now be captured and, as those familiar with the Pokemon may have anticipated, Ditto hides in plain sight.

Ditto is known for taking on the form of other Pokemon and thus you won’t see it in its natural form in the wild. Instead, you may find that after catching a Pokemon – reportedly common Pokemon like Rattatas, Pidgeys, Spearows and Magikarps – a cutscene will play to reveal that you, in fact, caught Ditto. Reports also suggest that Ditto can still be caught using lures and incense as with other Pokemon.

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Pokemon Go update brings double XP and Stardust from Nov 23-30

2 days ago

Ditto was rumored to make its debut in the game after code from a Pokemon Go update earlier this month was discovered to include the Transform move used by Ditto (among other Pokemon). In the same code references to 100 new Pokemon were also discovered. Could this mean that they’re also on their way soon? We’ll keep you posted.

Pokemon Go update brings double XP and Stardust from Nov 23-30

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In “a celebration to say thank you,” the Pokemon Go team has updated its ever-popular app to provide double XP and stardust for in-game actions between November 23 and November 30.

The team made the announcement via the Pokemon Go updates page, where they reiterated their desire to create “experiences that encourage exploration and promote exercise.”

The Pokemon Go devs have been working on a number of features designed to keep players engaged of late: daily bonuses arrived a couple of weeks ago to reward players who play everyday, while a teardown of a recent APK file suggested that an influx of 100 new Pokemon could be on the horizon.

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Niantic: There’s a secret in Pokemon Go that nobody knows about

1 week ago

The Pokemon Go double XP and stardust bonus begins at 00:00 UTC on November 23. Let us know in the comments if Niantic’s updates have kept you playing Pokemon Go regularly.