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Pokémon GO fans enraged after their complaints about Remote Raid Passes were ignored

Discontent is still very visible in Pokémon GO. Fans are fed up with Niantic’s latest changes and have expressed it once again.

In the Twitter post belonging to PvPoke that we leave you below you can see how some fans are complaining about Niantic’s passivity towards complaints related to Remote Raid Passes in Pokémon GOwhich have recently been changed, along with other controversial measures.

You already know that Niantic continues to encourage us to face tough individual Pokémon in exciting raids in certain Gyms. These raid bosses are harder to beat than the Pokemon you’d normally catch in the wild, so you’ll need to team up with other Trainers to defeat one of them. If you defeat the raid boss, you will have the opportunity to add this powerful Pokémon to your team and you will get extremely rare items.

The controversy of the latest changes to remote raid passes has made this theory difficult to put into practice. The fans plead that this situation be reversed and return to what was initially planned.

Here you can see it:

What do you think? Do not hesitate to share your opinion in the comments.

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