'Pokémon Go' Nest Changes: Migration 11 update confirmed by Global Nest Atlas


Pokémon Go nest changes have arrived as migration 11 redraws the map of Pokémon spawn spots. Fan community The Silph Road is already helping trainers find these hotspots of Pokémon spawn activity.

Here's everything you need to know about Pokémon Go nest migration 11 and how to track the changes coming to the game.

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Pokémon Go nest migration 11: Changes are tracked by the Global Nest Atlas

If you want to help track the latest Pokémon Go nest migration the first thing you'll need to do is register, since the Global Nest Atlas may only be modified by registered Silph Road community members. Once you're registered, you can click on the "report nest" button in the upper-left-hand corner.

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You can also confirm other peoples' reports, rather than make your own original reports. If you mouse over any pin on the map, a window will pop up in the upper-right corner of the map to tell you whether or now the nest is confirmed.

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Confirming nest reports is just as important as making fresh reports, yourself. As long as the Pokémon Go community embraces the Global Nest Atlas, it will be a valuable source of Pokémon tracking, if not the best source. Try to confirm some nest sightings and decide for yourself!

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