Pokemon Go has shrunk the period of time gamers can take part in raids.
Yesterday, Pokemon Go made a bunch of adjustments to its raid system. The most notable change was an overhaul to its pool of raid bosses, changing a lot of the raid bosses with new Pokemon.
However, gamers additionally observed that the raid timer – that’s the size of time raid stays on the map – has decreased from one hour to 45 minutes.
Pokemon Go did not give a purpose for this modification, however it most likely has one thing to do with attempting to make it simpler for gamers to satisfy up and do raids collectively. If a raid attracts the identical quantity of gamers for a raid in a 45 minute window because it does throughout an hour, there’s a greater probability that raid teams might be larger, which suggests extra profitable raids.
The Big Downsides
However, plenty of gamers aren’t pleased with the adjustments. Many Pokemon Go gamers have identified that they want the total 60 minutes to get sufficient gamers to do a raid, and that the crowds usually did not come out till the very finish of the raid window. While the smaller raid timer would possibly profit gamers who want “random” gamers to fill out their raid groups, it does not precisely badist gamers who’re organizing by way of Discord or Facebook.
Other gamers had been upset that the raid eggs nonetheless appeared for a full hour earlier than the raid. Many gamers would have most well-liked shrinking the period of time a raid egg appeared earlier than a raid whereas lengthening the quantity the precise raid takes place.
It’s clear that Pokemon Go is gearing up for one thing, so we’ll simply must see how these new adjustments have an effect on gamers.