Pokemon Go Players are enticed by push notification teasing St. Patrick’s Day “event”

Published: 2023-03-17T19:57:06

Updated: 2023-03-17T19:57:16

Pokemon Go Push notifications celebrating the victory were sent to players, tricking them. St. Patrick’s Day That seemed to imply that an in-game event occurred during the holiday.

Pokemon Go has a lot of limited-time events throughout the year, and push notifications are a great way for players to stay up-to-date and on top of what’s going on in the game. Especially if a player forgets that it’s Community DayThe game reminds them that they still have an hour before the actual match. Shiny Hunt.

And Pokemon Go You can receive notifications about many events such as when your egg hatches, whether your friend finds candy or if you are in danger. SoA notification is sent to a player when they receive one. Pokemon GoIt can often be a sign that something is wrong in the game.

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HoweverThere are very rare occasions when a push notification is just a message sent by the developers to players. And The case of St. Patrick’s Day 2023 is the lovely message from Niantic Some players were tricked or even misled into believing that there was an in game event.

Pokemon Go St. Patrick’s Day Players for message tricks

March 17. St. Patrick’s DayIt could as well be. April 1 Pokemon Go players. An alert on their phones read, “Feeling Today, are you lucky? Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with lucky eggs and gain extra XP!”

This A few gamers were excited about the possibility of an in-game holiday event, one Reddit user, EmblenjI posted about the incident on TheSilphRoad. “St. Patrick’s Day Event???” they captioned the screenshot, but the comments hit OP with the brutal truth.

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“No Bonuses or any other type of compensation It’s just a suggestion to use a lucky egg for extra XP,” one user stated. Another concurred, “No, sometimes they push these random notifications that don’t mean anything. There is no event.”

Other That was the result of a shared idea that had been rejected Niantic For St. Patrick’s Day. One player suggested that a rainbow be placed in the sky. Pokestops Could be Gold As they were in the past. And Many trainers cited the absence of Gimmighoul Coins was an opportunity missed.

While St. Patrick’s Day Perhaps 2023 was a downer Pokemon Go Fans, perhaps we'll see more efforts from Niantic Next year.

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