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Pokémon GO players request long-distance trades

Fans keep suggesting changes to Pokémon GO. This time the petition focuses on remote exchanges between players.

Recently there have been negative attitudes in relation to the gameplay of Pokémon GO, reaching cases of widespread boycott. It is not the first time that Pokémon GO players request some mechanics or special measures cin order to make playing the title more bearable. In this case, these focus on the exchanges of Pokémon in the title.

In the Reddit post belonging to squeeks9950 that we leave you below you can see how a Pokémon fan requests that it is possible to make a trade with other Pokémon GO players even though there is a great distance between them. This idea has been raised taking into account the difficulty that having to meet in person with the person with whom you want to exchange Pokémon can be.

It could certainly be a measure that could benefit a large number of players of the title, and to a much greater extent to those who are established in rural or less inhabited areas, where playing Pokémon GO is complicated. Here you can see it:

Niantic, Please.
by u/squeeks9950 in pokemongo

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

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