Pokemon Go
Pokémon appears on the screen next to a woman as a man plays the augmented reality mobile game "Pokemon Go" by Nintendo in Bryant Park in New York City, July 11, 2016. Reuters/Mark Kauzlarich

Niantic issued a minor Pokémon Go update Tuesday. The new update is not a large-scale one like the Christmas and New Year’s update, but instead, brings only small changes to the game.

The update, version 0.59.1 for Android and 1.29.1 for iOS, will bring minor text fixes and a 7-day ‘First Pokéstop of the Day’ award, according to the company’s post on the Pokémon Go website. Earlier, players received 2,500 XP and other items on the Photo Disc when they visited a Pokéstop everyday for seven days in a row. Post the update, they will receive a random evolution item for doing the same. It seems that Niantic has done so after receiving players’ feedback.

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After the February update, players had complained that evolution items in the game had become increasingly rare, with many getting just one evolution item in a hundred Pokéstop visits. The seven-day streak award fixes this. It will also help players catch first-gen Pokémon.

Different evolution items are required for Pokémon to evolve. For example, Scyther needs a metal coat to evolve into Scyzer. Evolution items in Pokémon Go include Dragon Scale, King’s Rock, Metal Coat, Sun Stone, and Upgrade.

Before the new update, players could not be proactive in getting their hands on evolution items, but now they just need to visit a Pokéstop for seven consecutive days. However, Niantic did not specify whether the drop rate of such items will be the same as before. And since they will be randomly generated, there is no way to determine whether you will get the item needed to evolve your particular Pokémon at the end of your seven-visit routine to a Pokéstop.

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Niantic has had mixed luck in terms of Pokémon Go updates over the past few months. While the Halloween and Christmas updates did attract player interest, the Valentine’s Day update issued in February turned out to be underwhelming despite the Pink Pokémon it introduced.