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Pokémon GO confirms compensation for Pokémon GO Fest: Seattle and news for the full bag

We get an interesting message related to one of the most outstanding games on the mobile market. We are talking in this case about Pokémon GO.

Specifically, we have been able to learn about some measures that Niantic is implementing as compensation for some errors in the Facebook login today during the Pokémon GO Fest: Seattle. We leave you with the compensations:

  • Tonight, July 22, the City Event Experience will be available for an additional two hours from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM PT.
  • An additional city session from 9:00 am to 11:00 am PT will be available tomorrow, Saturday, July 23, throughout Seattle.
  • A free pack will be available in the app store, containing 1 Star Piece, 1 Lucky Egg, and 1 Super Incubator.

On the other hand, a function is also coming that allows you to open gifts with the bag full, being able to receive 50 stardust and friendship but not the items. It is expected to be gradually available to all players:

What do you think? If you are interested, you can take a look at our full coverage of the title at this link. You can also leave your friend code in the comments! We read you.

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