Niantic Updates on Pokemon GO Bugs

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Image courtesy of Niantic

Everyone’s favorite, real life, Paper Toss simulator has been getting a few updates lately. From removing the “3-step” display because it was bugged and Niantic couldn’t be bothered to fix it, to the removal of the Battery Saver mode for the same reason, Niantic has been rolling out changes left and right. Now, they have publicly updated us about the game’s future on their Facebook page.

Regarding the “3-step” display, they claimed they removed it in order to ” improve upon the underlying design” as ‘The original feature…was also confusing and did not meet our underlying product goals. We will keep you posted as we strive to improve this feature.”Whether the “keep you posted” part means they will re-add the feature but actually fixed, remains to be seen.

The next part is about how they “limited access by third-party services which were interfering with our ability to maintain quality of service for our users and to bring Pokemon GO to users around the world.”This one is talking about how they banned the tracking websites which were actually making the game fun. This hasn’t done so well as people have already started making new tracking apps as everyone pretty much expected.

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Image courtesy of Niantic

In another Facebook post further up the page, we get some more news! The first being that Pokemon Go is now coming to Central and South America. The second talks about the removal of the Battery Saver mode. Niantic themselves claim that “We had removed this feature as several users were experiencing it to be buggy.” The last bulletpoint talks about how some Legendary Pokemon spawned where they shouldn’t have and some people were lucky enough to grab them.

There you have it folks, the reason why some people wish Nintendo would have made the game and not Niantic. Personally, removing bugged features instead of fixing them is a big turn-off for me and just shows me the devs couldn’t be bothered to fix it. I could be wrong, but it remains to be seen.

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