‘Pokemon Go’ Version 1.27.3 & 0.57.3: What Did the Update Change?

'Pokemon Go' is available for iOS and Android devices. (Niantic)

‘Pokemon Go’ is available for iOS and Android devices. (Niantic)

A new update to Pokemon Go is about to be released.

Niantic announced on Friday that Version 1.27.3 for iOS, and 0.57.3 for Android, will soon begin to roll out. So what’s different this time around? Well, Niantic usually releases patch notes for all of their updates, but they have not done so this time around. Instead, they simply stated on Twitter that the purpose of this update will be to “implement performance improvements,” offering no further details.

We’ll have a better sense of what the purpose of this update is later this weekend, then, but it will likely include some behind-the-scenes tweaks to fix issues players have been experiencing with the game over the past few weeks. In particular, players on iOS devices have been reporting increased instances of the game crashing since generation two was released.

Some players have also been encountering strange glitches where the app does not quite boot up properly, resulting in screens like this one via Reddit:

Plus, there have been complaints among Android users that the game is eating up more and more RAM, and so presumably this update will be intended to fix many of these technical issues currently plaguing Pokemon Go. 

As is usually the case with Pokemon Go, a look through the code of this latest update will also likely give players an idea of what features Niantic is planning to roll out in the future, so stay tuned for more information about Version 1.27.3 and 0.57.3.

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