Pokemon Go Players slam Niantic for nerfing remote raids: “Your team is a walking L”

Published: 2023-03-31T01:51:06

Updated: 2023-03-31T01:52:32

Pokemon Go developer Niantic AR players were slapped for their nerfing of popular remote raid systems.

Players The popular AR game for mobile devices Pokemon Go I have a problem with the developer Niantic After hearing about changes to the game. Niantic recently announced that they’d be nerfing the popular remote raid system, adjusting the price and adding a limitation on players.

Niantic announced in a statement on their website explaining the reasoning behind their changes, stating that they believe “Remote Raid Passes Playing has become a dominant experience Pokémon GO in a way we never intended.”

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As Such Niantic All remote raid passes, even the 3-pack versions, have been increased in price. On top of this, they’ve also introduced a limit to the number of times players can partake in remote raids per day, cutting players off at a maximum of 5.

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Pokemon Go The changes were a rage among players, who have been slammed Niantic for doing so. Many The players responded quickly to the tweet about the changes, stating it may have been the “worst decision in gaming”.

Many have stated That they think the Niantic Team is not in touch with players and disappointed companies don't listen to them.

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Others have said This is the result Niantic Never lived in rural areas AmericaThey are not qualified to care for those with disabilities and mobility challenges.

Some Even went so far as asking why Niantic Hates their players and the community so much. “Why Are you so mad at your fans? If people with disabilities were taken into consideration when this decision was made, are you just outright admitting you don’t care for those peoples limitations? This cap is unnecessary and ridiculous, your team is a walking L.” a commenter replied.

Niantic have stated that the decision to nerf remote raid passes was to realign the game with its goals to have individuals “playing Pokémon GO in person with your friends, family, and community.”

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The The future remains uncertain Pokemon Go after these controversial changes, but it’ll be up to Niantic They will be able to soothe the anger of their community.

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