It appears that fans are getting their heads wrapped around the latest update released by Niantic. The update reportedly includes some significant changes regarding how things work with the game. The most recent changes appear in the ‘Pokemon 8 Bit’ graphics, which were launching earlier this week.
Even though the tweak wasn’t that great by nature, the development team has pushed it as carrying a heavyweight. Several training team members are viewing new bans on certain aspects released by Niantic. The ban warnings issued by the game manufacturer come along with a prolonged explanation as to why the changes were made. “We have detected activity on your account that suggests you or someone is accessing your account using modified client software or unauthorized third-party software that accesses Pokémon Go in violation of our Terms of Service,” the new Pokemon warning reads.
“Please be aware that the use of such software can result in the loss of your account. If you have been using such software, we strongly encourage you to stop. If you have accessed certain unauthorized third-party apps or websites, it is also possible that your account may have been compromised.
We recommend that you change your password immediately,” the game manufacturer further added. According to leading reports, several players are reportedly able to carry out the playing method even after viewing the message. Others have gone on to confirm that they can access ‘Shadow Banned.’
In other words, the best ‘Pokemon Go’ grabs from the latest game. In other words, the best ‘Pokemon Go’ disappears from one’s game and only returns after a certain point. Fans have undoubtedly been treated with a surprise new a feature with the launch of Niantic 8-bit pixel graphics update. Pokemon will now be displayed as 8-bit sprites in the newsfeed, menu screens, Pokedex and nearby Pokemon section.