No, not yet the release of Pokémon Go tracker beta fix to the broader world


Catching and knowing the location of Pokemon in the real world is the biggest selling point of Pokemon Go. But Niantic has disabled the game’s Pokemon tracker just weeks after launch, which most players have been left to fend for themselves. Several months have passed though, the in-game map remains nowhere to be found, and Pokémon Go players are just about ready to give up on the massive (if controversial) mobile game.

When the original nearby Pokémon tracking feature proved glitchy shortly after launch, Niantic responded by removing it entirely. The developer promised that a fix was incoming, and things looked to be on the up-and-up when the San Francisco Bay area received an overhauled locating feature in beta.

“Niantic is still testing a new type of tracking that's geo-locked to San Francisco,” a representative told Polygon. “At this moment, there is no estimated timeline to potentially rolling it out wider.”

“Niantic took away the trackers right before winter,” wrote one Reddit user. “I hope they come out with one cause who is going to wander around aimlessly in the cold?”

Niantic’s excited updates about the game’s new features are just met with tepid responses from players who just want to be able to track Pokémon again.
This would be less of an issue if players were able to come together and create their own maps if Niantic hadn't disabled the most prominent third-party mapping sites, like PokéVision, just after removing the feature.

Source: Polygon
No, not yet the release of Pokémon Go tracker beta fix to the broader world No, not yet the release of Pokémon Go tracker beta fix to the broader world Reviewed by Pokemon Go Philippines on 07:33:00 Rating: 5
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