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Pokémon GO: Players refuse to buy incubators

As you know, the controversies around Pokémon GO have not stopped for weeks due to all the recent changes that Niantic has been implementing.

The players are not happy at all, which is why a large number of them have mobilized on social networks to create a free to play movement. That is, play exclusively with what the game itself offers without adding real money to buy pokecoins. In fact, more and more people are joining, including content creators.

Well, with the May eggs, players are starting to have serious problems hatching. You already know that the incubators and super incubators cost 150 and 200 pokecoins, respectively. It is an item that disappears after three uses, but it makes the eggs hatch faster.

Therefore it is a real challenge for free to play players, Well, a maximum of 50 pokemonedas can only be obtained per day, so the task of having super incubators, for example, becomes daunting.

A trainer has posted a screenshot of his in-game egg pack.

As someone who doesn’t buy incubators, this is gonna suck
by u/JayKooSan in pokemongo

As you can see, everything is full of 10km and 12km eggs.. He himself assures that he has been using only the 2km ones in order to hatch easily, but now that he has everything of 10 and 12km the task is complicated to be able to hatch.

Other trainers have joined the thread, adding their tricks to hatch faster.

Fuente.

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