There's a brand new tracking mechanic in Pokémon Go - but only a small handful of players can try it out.
The feature has been redesigned around Pokéstops, to show which locations a nearby Pokémon is closest to. It's a step up from there being no tracking at all... but it's still nowhere near the level of accuracy promised in early trailers for the game - or which was offered by services such as Pokévision before they were shut down.
If you are one of the lucky few to get Pokémon Go's tracking feature, you should notice it as soon as you download last night's v1.30 patch.
Here's a better look at how it works:
General Pokémon just in your vicinity are now labelled as "sightings":
The app will also now detect if you are travelling over a certain speed and warn you not to Pokémon Go and drive:
You now have to explicitly state you're not Pokémon Go and driving - the app detects you going over a certain speed pic.twitter.com/KMkKttiAnk— Tom Phillips (@tomphillipsEG) August 9, 2016
(I was on the train at the time - and was definitely not driving).
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