Pokémon Go fans have been waiting for the game’s next big update, and Niantic strategic partnership VP Mathieu de Fayet has teased what’s coming this summer. While speaking to Brazil’s Jornal O Globo, de Fayet told the publication legendaries and PvP were both due in the next few months. Translations from The Silph Road offer the English scoop.

The tease arrived when Globo asked the VP how Niantic intends to keep players interested in Pokémon Go in the future. Here are his thoughts on the subject.

“Due to the large success of the game, we had to delay some planned innovations. Right now we are working on some that are due to hit this summer (in the northern hemisphere), such as giving more value to the choice of the teams, releasing legendary Pokémon and introducing PvP. One thing we learned with Ingress was that the game can sustain itself if we are able to create social interactions amongst players, and we are working on that.”

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This news jives with much of the speculation surrounding Pokémon Go in recent months. Not only have other Niantic employees said things like “this summer is going to be legendary,” but we’ve also heard about features that bring co-op based and social enhancements to the game. That latter concept seems like it would go a long way toward “adding more value to the choice of teams.” The feud has already been kindled via combat in gyms, but maybe the next step is to make the player-versus-player battle system more direct. For example, maybe you’ll be able to battle trainers from any team from anywhere. Maybe stats from wins and losses will be recorded in a more in depth way. These mechanisms might keep the communal aspect of Pokémon Go going.

Beyond these brief teases, however, nothing else was said with regard to future updates. De Fayet described how the idea for Pokémon Go sprang from late Nintendo president Satoru Iwata’s love for Niantic’s previous game, Ingress. Niantic once worked with Google to design a doodle featuring Pokémon on Google Maps, and Iwata quickly put the pieces together. After two years of a secret three-way partnership, Niantic, Nintendo and The Pokémon Company created the addicting mobile experience we know today.

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Before the summer updates arrive, Niantic has spent most of the time since February’s Gen 2 update trying to stop cheaters and scammers from taking unfair advantage of its app. In recent weeks, the developer pioneered a new anti-cheat method called Shadowbanning. With it, players who’ve used illicit apps can no longer see rare Pokémon or buy items from the store. It seems very likely that these measures were put in place to provide a level playing experience once legendaries and PvP go live. After all, if you’re able to find strong rare monsters easily, the hunt is useless.

Pokémon Go is available now on Android and iOS.

What do you hope to get from legendaries and PvP in Pokémon Go? Will the update actually arrive this summer? Tell us in the comments section!