In preparation for some exciting new features, we'll be temporarily disabling Gyms starting June 19.
While the objective of the gym shutdown remains unknown for now, rumors have emerged stating that Niantic would be tweaking some of the popular augmented reality mobile game's mechanics soon.
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Niantic has announced that Gyms in Pokémon GO will soon close temporarily for remodelling. The announcment comes from the offcial "Pokemon GO" support website with a banner saying "Heads up". " There's no indication of exactly when gyms will be closing on June 19th, but we should expect them to be closing before 5PM PDT based on what a Niantic employee told members of the Silph Road subreddit".
The big question now is what the closure of gyms means and what type of update it's leading to.
There will be "more to come" on what that adjustment entails, but for now just know that they're going to close up in the near future and any assigned creatures will return to your party. Many players believe that one of these improvements might be the collaborative features that Niantic CMO Mike Quigley has talked about.
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The Niantic executive further explained that albeit most of the trainers hunt in groups in "Pokemon GO", a "connected experience" is still not there.
Do you think we'll finally get some kind of multiplayer rolled out with this impending update?
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