Pokemon Go Daily Bonus Update Now Live, Here Are The Details

If you’ve taken a break from Pokémon Go, but have been looking for a reason to once again launch the app on your device and begin playing again, then Niantic Labs has just provided it.

To celebrate the fact that its new daily bonus feature is in the process of rolling out on iOS and Android devices right now, the team behind Pokémon Go has also announced that it will be offering additional bonuses and items of interest for all Trainers, but for a limited time only until November 11th.


The new daily bonus feature is essentially a clever way to entice gamers back into the Pokémon Go experience on a daily basis. Trainers will be rewarded with XP and Stardust for the first Pokémon that they catch each day, as well as for interacting with the first Photo Disc within local PokéStops.

Larger bonuses will be granted to those returning gamers who perform those tasks seven days in a row, and will be rewarded in the form of much larger XP returns, which in turn will allow gamers to level up more quickly. To celebrate that feature, Niantic is also offering even bigger gains by ensuring that more Pokémon are available to catch out in the wild, as well as promoting the PokéStops by spitting out more items at each visit, but only for the next few days.

To celebrate this feature, from November 7th to November 11th, you’ll find more Pokémon out in the world. Moreover, PokéStops will grant more items! Yes — this means more Great Balls, and for Trainers that are level 20 and above — more Ultra Balls!


If your inventory is running a little bit low on PokéBalls, Great Balls and Ultra Balls, or you feel like you need to top up on Eggs or Incense, then now is the time to hit as many PokéStops as is humanly possible. It may even be worth paying a little extra via an in-app purchase to upgrade the amount of items that can be carried.

Get out and explore those neighborhoods right now, but remember, this is a limited time only offer and everything will return back to normal after November 11th.

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