It's been more than six weeks since Pokemon GO originally started rolling out worldwide and Niantic Labs' latest mobile game is still enjoying tremendous popularity. With tens of millions of players worldwide, it's no wonder that most of its secrets and easter eggs couldn't have stayed hidden for long. The ability to follow Ash's footsteps and start your Pokemon adventure with a Pikachu, a trick to force Eevee's evolutions... there's plenty of cool stuff that dedicated Pokemon GO players managed to uncover since early July.
Regardless of whether you're a veteran Pokemon GO trainer player or a newbie, it's almost certain you still haven't heard about all of the great easter eggs Niantic Labs' latest mobile game has in store for you. Luckily, YouTube user Big Daddy Red has recently compiled a great video showcasing precisely this type of stuff. Over the course of more than 15 minutes, this YouTuber talks about all of the aforementioned in-game secrets and also touches upon some interesting theories including the one about the elusive Pokemon Ditto. Namely, despite not being a legendary pocket monster, the Internet still hasn't managed to find a legitimate way to capture this shapeshifting Pokemon but there are some interesting theories on why that may be the case. Regardless of that, you can see the said video presenting every confirmed easter egg in Pokemon GO at the bottom of this article.
It's likely that these aren't the only easter eggs hidden in Niantic Labs' latest mobile game but given how millions of people worldwide have been scrutinizing Pokemon GO for a month and a half now, more easter eggs will probably be uncovered only after the San Francisco-based developer drops some hints to its dedicated player base. Speaking of which, a group of tenacious Pokemon trainers called The Silph Road has recently discovered a plethora of secret game mechanics which significantly impact the way competitive Pokemon GO players are approaching Niantic Labs' mega-popular creation. If you still haven't heard about values like IVs and base energy and aren't aware of the best special attacks in the game, that's definitely something worth reading about.