Pokémon Go has been updated to 0.61 on Android and 1.31 on iOS. The patch notes and data mine don’t offer much, but there is one tweak with eggs that will likely be appreciated. Before getting to that, here’s a look at Niantic’s official patch notes.

0.61 And 1.31 ‘Pokémon Go’ Patch Notes

  • Added Traditional Chinese language support
  • Updated the Pokémon collection screen scroll bar
  • Various bug fixes
  • Minor text fixes

Among those unlisted bug fixes, users have discovered at least one worth reporting. In recent patches, egg collection dates in the game’s inventory have been inaccurate. Instead of tracking as they should, all stored eggs would display as if they were obtained on the exact same date. Now, trainers should be able to see the correct date as it was previously implemented. Since this is a code-based adjustment, the update must be installed for it to work.

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The fine folks at The Silph Road also conducted their routine data mine of 0.61, and, unfortunately, Niantic’s patch notes are extremely accurate this time around. The only hidden addition is more groundwork for the item codes feature we leaked last month. Beyond that, little about the file system has changed.

We’ll be monitoring Pokémon Go update 0.61 and 1.31 closely to see if the patches have any negative impact on overall device performance. Anecdotally, the changes appear so small that we doubt there’d be any major swings for better or worse.

Pokémon Go is available now on Android and iOS. The updates should be live now.

What do you think of Pokémon Go’s new patch? Are its bug fixes helpful? Tell us in the comments section!