Niantic Remove Spawns And Sightings When Driving; Players Outraged


Niantic has been rolling out useless after useless updates for Pokemon GO - from push notifications that essentially begs players to keep playing the game to Niantic's crackdown of third party application scanners when their confirmed plans for their highly requested tracking system are zilch. Now, Niantic has rolled out a new depressing update, one that might affect the majority of avid players in Pokemon GO.

This weekend, Niantic imposed upon Pokemon GO players a 30-mph speedlock, which deliberately erases all Pokemon spawns and completely shuts off the sightings list when players are travelling above 30 mph. This means that when the game detect that the players are going above what Niantic considers as "driving speed", they won't be able to play as they normally do. This new bug or feature came after the patch that added the push notifications, which players called both 'useless' and 'annoying'.

Although this update's main purpose is for safety and security reasons, and it may seem like Niantic only has the players' best interests in mind, Pokemon GO players are outraged after perpetually getting these useless updates for the past consecutive weeks. The developer's questionable decisions have been affecting the players' ability to explore and enjoy the game. Fans have poured their anger and dismay across various social media platforms.

Source: ItechPost


Niantic Remove Spawns And Sightings When Driving; Players Outraged Niantic Remove Spawns And Sightings When Driving; Players Outraged Reviewed by Unknown on 20:40:00 Rating: 5

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