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Recently, Niantic held its first event for Pokémon Go that offered an increased spawn rate for nine Pokémon, and it appears that players really took advantage.

According to GamesRadar, these nine Pokémon were caught over 1.3 billion times during the event, with Gastly being the most popular, followed by Cubone and Drowzee.

Last week, Niantic CEO John Hanke revealed that there is a secret hiding in Pokémon Go that players have yet to discover, but refused to offer any hints.

Also, dataminers recently discovered that all of the second generation Pokémon had been added to the game’s files, suggesting that an official release won’t be too far way.

Source: GamesRadar

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Pokémon Go players caught a lot of Pokémon during Halloween event

Over one billion Pokemon were caught during Pokemon Go's recent Halloween event.

By Matthew Bennett | 11/11/2016 06:30 AM PT

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Recently, Niantic held its first event for Pokémon Go that offered an increased spawn rate for nine Pokémon, and it appears that players really took advantage.

According to GamesRadar, these nine Pokémon were caught over 1.3 billion times during the event, with Gastly being the most popular, followed by Cubone and Drowzee.

Last week, Niantic CEO John Hanke revealed that there is a secret hiding in Pokémon Go that players have yet to discover, but refused to offer any hints.

Also, dataminers recently discovered that all of the second generation Pokémon had been added to the game’s files, suggesting that an official release won’t be too far way.

Source: GamesRadar

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About Matthew Bennett

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Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89