Letter from Producer regarding state of Pokémon Masters

The producers of Pokémon Masters plan to address various concerns about the game.

Pokémon Masters producers Yu Sasaki and Tetsuya Iguchi published a letter regarding the state of the game earlier today. The statement can be seen on the official Japanese Pokémon Masters website.

As of 10th October, it has also been translated into English.

The producers acknowledged the below points:

  1. Too many bugs were present at launch, and were not fixed quickly enough.
  2. Rewards for playing the game are poor.
  3. There is a lack of content and not much for players to do.
  4. Level design is poor.
  5. It is not easy to understand how to play the game.

To address point #2, they plan to review the current rewards and will make a statement regarding them in their next letter. Every other point will also be addressed, though no timeline for this was provided.

They also state that they will look into making it easier to play the game with your favorite sync pairs, rather than your strongest.

The next letter from producer will be available on 17th October on the Japanese website. There are plans to translate these letters in other languages.

What do you think of the first letter from the producer regarding the state of Pokémon Masters? Are you more hopeful for the game’s future with these points acknowledged?

Thanks to Cherrim for the translation.