Ever since 2016 when Niantic Labs first launched Pokemon Go and Nintendo’s stock prices went soaring, gamers have been asking for lots of new content for the game; they’ve asked for new Pokemon, which Niantic delivered. They’ve asked for new customization options, which Niantic delivered. They’ve asked for more Legendaries, which Niantic delivered. And they’ve asked for more generational sets, which Niantic also delivered. At this point, Niantic is starting to take the initiative to move forward by providing new content in Pokemon Go without always having the community beg for the content. A good example of that is the developers adding in brand new Shiny Pokemon to the game to give gamers even rarer Pokemon to capture while out and about.