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Pokémon GO players unhappy with Niantic’s latest addition to the store

Lately we have not been able to report too positive news regarding Pokémon GO. Could this change in the future? At the moment we do not know for sure, but we can confirm that during the past month of April 2023Pokémon GO players have experienced some unfortunate changes in the game. Niantic has limited Remote Raids, which has led to a high-profile boycott by players.

Since the changes, especially last April, participation in raids has dropped tremendously, leading to Niantic to launch a newRaid Pack” which presents a star piece and two remote raid passes. Box It is sold at a price of 320 Pokécoinswhich provides users with a discount of 170 Pokemonedas compared to buying the items separately.

New Raid Box(with remote passes)
by u/ProtoTypeScylla in TheSilphRoad

However, some players have been reluctant to pay per box due to recent changes to gameplay and Niantic’s policies.

On the TheSilphRoad subreddit, one of the top upvoted comments on the post was “I still don’t give them a dime“, which indicates that players are not very convinced to pay for the new elements of the game.

What do you think of this addition to the store? Worth? We read you in the comments.

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