Despite $6 billion in six years, Pokémon GO has seen more unannounced, unpopular changes, more bugs, and now the disappearance of promised developer diary entries.
Barely half a year on from the interaction distance controversy, players have even more reasons to be disgruntled.
Glitches have included late starts to time-limited events, game crashes and region-wide server issues.
Thanks to a demiltarised buffer zone implemented almost half a century ago, players in parts of Cyprus have odd time zones and no wild spawns in Pokémon GO.
The pandemic continues, but you’ll still have to get closer to that PokéStop now.
Xerneas, the Life Pokémon, will make its Pokémon GO debut during the Luminous Legends X event, while Yveltal, the Destruction Pokémon, will be making its Pokémon GO debut during the Luminous Legends Y event.
The event intended to make up for an earlier mistake ended up repeating the very same thing.
From pausing the Battle League due to cheaters, false violation strikes, and Wayfarer rating issues, the biggest threat to many players is the move away from 32-bit Android devices. A lot of the good work by Niantic being undone is highlighted here.
FInd out what are the strongest Pokémon to be added, and how much Candy you’ll need to save!
Birthday celebrations are about to start, and some bonuses will last over two months!